Following on from yesterday’s Part One, I’ve got a whole new heap of activewear sewing inspiration coming your way. You ladies have been so busy sewing up a storm, and I love that you get so excited when I release a new pattern like the Surf to Summit Tops that you make it all in droves!
Winnie’s fabulous peacock print Duathlon capris
Cidell’s winter running Surf to Summit Top for her husband, Jordan
Katherine’s green cherries runderwear (included in my Threshold Shorts pattern)
Veloswer’s kiwi-styled cycling Surf to Summit Top
Carey’s teal and white Surf to Summit Top
Carol’s trio of Lacey Thongs
Maria’s reflective, stormset Surf to Summit cycling jersey
Kathy’s three different winter running Surf to Summit tops
Suzy’s short sleeved Surf to Summit rashguard and matching swim briefs
Kerry’s “hunter orange” and pink Surf to Summit jacket
Sandra’s yellow and white Surf to Summit Top (with back reflective piping)
As I’ve been hinting here and on twitter, my next pattern is very nearly ready to release to my pattern testers. I’ve made up several muslins on my own, and it’s passed my stringent “Does this annoy me on a run?” test with flying colours – both on my 2+hr trail run and again during an hour-long tempo run.
I am super super excited for this one, not only because it’s a really cool, versatile design, but also one that brings in a whole new sport I’ve not designed for before! It also works for the usual running, cycling, ypga, gym-going, too, don’t worry! Anyone want to hazard a guess as to what the new sport might be?