Besides being super chilly (not complaining, we do not have AC in our house) August has been work work work & work. I have listed and sold 2 houses on the same street, yay!! I put extra work into my marketing which pays off, but makes Sue a tired camper. With no camping :-(
I have however managed to do some sewing related activities. I met up with Claire & Connie for a lovely lunch & shopping day on Queen St. W. While it’s obvious I do not need more fabric, I did manage to procure a gorgeous hammered silk charmeuse in a b&w tribal print to go with my collection of b&w tops (!) and some super stretchy pant fabric which I believe is the equivalent to the elusive Australian Bengaline fabric. Squee!!
I also made some Style Arc Linda pants from a smooth knit (a great fitting muslin) photos to come.
I need to get crackin’ on DSD’s school pants. I made a quick muslin for her for some elastic waist pants. She wears a uniform to school, and needs about a 10 in length and a 4 toddler waist. Yup. String Bean.
I also have an easy Tux jacket (a slimmed-shoulder version of Loes Hinse Retro Jacket) in black linen cut and ready to sew:
as well as a cream poly of the beautiful & popular Rebecca Taylor V1387 Blouse:
Hope to post pics of the pants soon, but just letting you know I’m not dead yet!