Dirndl for the first time. Jeff wore the Robin Hood Tunic that I made him earlier this year. I added the apron for my dress the day of, because I thought it was too plain without one. I simply took a rectangular piece of fabric and used 4 rows of gathering stitches to give it the classic dirndl look.
It's too hard to see in the picture, but a wonderful friend also gave me an Edelweiss pin that I wore on my blouse.
November 12, 2010
November 05, 2010
It is November already. The schoolwork never lets up. I am working on a project for a clothing company that designs for women who are recovering from, or have had, breast cancer. Above is a simple pair of shorts I made as the prototype for a pajama set. The tops are more complicated and are still in progress.
This was a random post.
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