Let's see, I've successfully completed Me-Made-March '11 without, however, much documentary evidence owing to the ridiculous redundancy. Here is the last new thing:
It looks like an old thing, and a blurry one at that, but it is another refashioned reversible flowered skirt.
Since then I have repaired the blouse I made from the Skirt-of-a-thousand-Repurposes by putting a cowl on the wonky neckline (didn't I match that pattern well! Well, my cat likes it.):
I've also made this version of Vogue 8151. Nicely done as far as I went but I made it from a tightly woven fabric and It. Does. Not. Fit.
Now I'm hard (very hard!) at work on this skirt from KnipMode April 2011 (scan nipped from Fehr Trade -- and go vote for Melissa's wardrobe on Pattern Review where she apparently calls herself squirlypoo?):
I'm making the skirt from a sturdy charcoal doubleknit. As I've confessed, I've never traced a magazine pattern before. This dizzying beginning, coupled with terse instructions in Dutch and their alarming Google Translations (Leg de naaden onder de belegband. = Place the band naaden under siege!) and the fact that I've never made a skirt with a yoke before makes this project a real adventure!