This is a lady that I admire and love all the lovely things she makes, although I’ve never had the chance to meet her. I a way she is one of my ‘sewing heroes’.
Don’t you just love her ideas? I do like her version of the dress better. I wish I were as creative as she is. Go have a look! her blog is full for great tips and crisp ideas about her projects 🙂
Once again, work has gotten to be so hectic that time for everything else has just about dried up. I tried at first to buy some extra minutes by eliminating unnecessary words and phrases from utterance, such as “please,” “thank you,” “are you going to eat that?” and “you don’t mind if I cut ahead of you, right?” And although I found myself at the front of queues much sooner after implementing these changes, I still found myself short on time, which meant no sewing for weeks on end. I finally squeezed a few hours this weekend to finish up a stagnating project (most likely at the expense of lectures that needed prepping or students that needed help- suckas!) – a dress inspired by the Kate Spade “Jillian” polka dot dress. Here’s the original:
Sooooooo pretty, right?? This dress has been drooled over by many a seamstress, including Kerry, who took…
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