I have been delivered an ultimatum by my truly long-suffering husband. I have to sew through my stash in the six months before we move, no packing fabric. While I initially protested, I’m now actually quite excited. One of my core beliefs is that restriction fosters creativity and this is quite a challenge. I have…
I’ve purchased 5 patterns in the last month. I need to calm down, obviously. Someone freeze my bank account.
Ah! It feels good to be back! This sewing project was such a breeze after the ordeal of the 1929 dress. I needed a win. It was so easy, there’s really nothing to report as far as construction. Ah, but I am forgetting a little something. . .
If you bothered to read the Preface, you know that I was laboring under crippling caffeine withdrawal while working on this dress, so go easy on me.
I wanted something really fresh and casual for summer, so I made a wedding dress from 1976. Also, I am a ride-or-die fan of Gunne Sax, in case you can’t tell by the end of this post.