Well, it's been over a week since I've posted! My three regular readers must be in withdrawal! ;) In previous months, I've managed my blog by creating a long queue of posts (often written multiple posts in a single marathon session) which I schedule for upcoming Mondays and Thursdays. Then I ignore my blog for a while and work on sewing and photographing things while the blog marches on without me. I check in to see if people have commented. What happened last week was that I ran out of scheduled posts at a time when I was too busy to make more, and hence the dry spell. However, being busy with work is, as my Dad says, "the right kind of problem"!
So what have I been up to? Click Read More for an overview. There will be no pictures or geekery today, though.
The Ahsoka Tano costume continues! After all my pattern work, I cut out the pattern pieces in the red twill. I have just enough
"The original has pockets... if it's not too much trouble, I'd like at least one pocket," she said. And "You don't have to replace the linings on the smaller side pockets, if you don't want. They're not torn..."
It's funny: if someone has a list of requirements, I meet them, but if someone gives me a bare minimum and tells me that they're fine with "just" that, I always want to exceed their expectations. I want them to be pleasantly surprised.
Meanwhile, she is loved by an English soldier. Things get tragic. Honestly, I didn't find it all that interesting, despite it having such dramatic elements. Despite all the politics, love triangles, and bloodshed, the part I remember best was the rather odd garment worn by the young lady to a ball... a flat-chested boxy bodice with large skirt poofing out from the hips. I thought it was very unflattering.
Quilting, dressmaking, and history plied with the needle...
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