Recently I sewed 'Macaron' by Colette Patterns (available here). I didn't mean to make mine so similar to the one on the website, but it ended up pretty close.
The fabric is from the Pendleton Woolen Mill Store here in Portland, making the pattern, plus fabric all native to Oregon. The Mill Store was having their "March Madness" sale, and this fabric cost around $20 total. It's so beautiful!
It's a great dress for now - when the weather is too warm for heavy woolens (I've just packed up my vintage ski sweaters for another year) but too cold for all cotton.
This was the first time, in my over 20 years of sewing, that I've ever installed an invisible zipper! I liked it, but I'll need a bit more practice before I'm totally converted.
Overall, I think the dress came out pretty well, and I'm looking forward to wearing it to work and around town.
Speaking of Colette Patterns, 'Curvy Kitten' is the lucky winner of March's Sencha Pattern Giveaway. Congratulations! Stop back tomorrow when I announce April's exciting giveaway.