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Your Selenes!

Now for the fun part! Here’s a parade of some awesome Selene action out and about in the wild:

Here’s a cute denim version from @jenndiagram:

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@missmaudenz also went for denim, and the angled pockets of Version 3:

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Love this fun pop of lining from @zenasmithwhite! (and denim was a popular choice!)

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An awesome houndstooth version from @___meganjane___:

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And a closeup of her flawless welt pocket just because:

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Such a chic white version from @erikabunker!

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Excited to share that we had the first-ever dog participant (just kidding, pretty sure @sewingwithdogs stitched up this Selene):

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@brouardkaren used a really interesting textured fabric:

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More killer welt pockets from @mbrickerman:

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And a super fun turquoise version from @telomeraser:

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I hope you enjoyed the sewalong! It’s always so fun to see everyone’s makes. Remember to browse #colettepatterns and #seleneskirt on Instagram, the Colette Patterns blog and the Colette Patterns Flickr Pool for future inspiration!

The Selene Sewalong

  1. Welcome to the Selene Sewalong! (2 Comments)
  2. Gather Fabric and Supplies (8 Comments)
  3. Basic Fitting (6 Comments)
  4. Adjusting Pockets
  5. Cut and Prep
  6. Darts and Assembling Front (2 Comments)
  7. Welt Pockets (V2)
  8. Inset Pockets (V3) (3 Comments)
  9. Sew Lining and Finish Vent
  10. Lapped Zipper Insertion
  11. Attach Lining and Topstitch Vent
  12. Sew the Waistband
  13. Hem Shell and Lining
  14. Finishing (3 Comments)
  15. Your Selenes! (1 Comment)



They are all so different yet all are lovely. I made two of the Selene skirt. One in a Drill, the other in corduroy. I love the pattern and feels comfortable to wear.