|There's one girl hiding under the table to avoid having her picture taken.|
I finished my next Stitch project (due out in the fall) but I can't show you that. Cora is very happy because I used leftovers from the project to embellish one of her dresses. She hates clothes that are only one color, so she's very happy with her new look!
I've been doing a lot of alterations lately but I've got some new garment work coming up. I also finally kicked myself out of my procrastination loop with my own garment project. I've been working on this for at least a month and it's not a quickie. I've had trouble finding longer amounts of time on the weekend to make progress with it, but I did finally complete a step. I'm following the steps from Susan Khalje's Couture Dress class on Craftsy, but using a different pattern. So far I've fitted the muslin and cut out the underlining and fashion fabric from the muslin pieces. Here's the organza (for the bodice) and batiste (for the skirt) underlining pieces laid on the backside of my fashion fabric. Can anyone guess the pattern? I'm hoping to hand baste the underlining to the fabric while I'm on vacation next week.
And up last in my show-and-tell is a dress I actually finished about a month ago. I was almost too embarrassed to post it because I've made this dress (Simplicity 2580) so many times. But I love the fabric - Groovy Bricks ITY Jersey from GorgeousFabrics.com so much that I just had to give you a peek. One of my upcoming custom garments came after I wore this dress to book club. Maybe I'll actually get photos of me in the dress sometime soon.
If off with the girls to rural PA for a week. Cheerio!