luminous, and I love the characters so much that I am hooked. I have come to love listening to Audible Books while I'm sewing; it encourages me to do a lot more hand sewing (good). When I come to a tricky bit in my sewing, I turn the book off, then start up again when I am ready. (I don't multi-task very well)
My first item was part of an ongoing attempt to find a very high scrunch turtleneck that doesn't collapse. I'll post about that later (it's pretty, and I'll wear it, but the neck isn't what I'm looking for).
Then, I made long OOP V8192, as a vest; I learned why there are only two reviews of this pattern on Pattern Review, both somewhat negative.
So, I was well-warned. I love the collar and decided to try it anyway. The main problem is that, in order to hang properly, I needed to add SIX sets of snaps to the interior. The top is essentially a double breasted vest without the necessary "buttons".
And here it is, on me (with background of emerging wisteria) The fabric is a
wonderful rayon-blend two-sided crinkle woven from Marcy Tilton which I love.
I like it, although I'm not sure it was worth all the bother...it's lightweight and drapey, perfect for my climate.
A women's group I've belonged to for more than 30 years had a meeting this month in the studio of Seyburn Zorthian. We have two paintings of hers which I've written about before.
I've known Seyburn for a long time, but I was still fascinated by her telling us of the history of her painting...
As a parting shot, check out my new polka-dot cat eye specs!
I'm heading over to Patti's site, Not Dead Yet Style, to join the Visible Women. Come see what we've been up to!