Now that we've got that out of the way, I've also discovered I have some of the oatmeal stuck to my sweater.
Back to business. I don't have a Thursday DIY for you today because I've been working on Jenna's dress!
One day I'll have a table big enough so I don't need to cut out large patterns on the floor.
I have the whole pattern cut out, so tonight I'll be putting it together - this is my favorite part. First I'm going to stabilize the front and back center seams. Since this dress is cut on the bias, these seam points will stretch if they aren't sewn to a straight piece of fabric. Next I'll sew the bodice together. Those are my goals for this evening - lets do this!
In other news, I just bought a pattern. I actually never use patterns, so I'm nervous/excited about this. I think its going to be a fun Winter/Spring transition coat. Thoughts?
(The words "very easy" are prominently displayed, so I don't think it'll be so bad.)
Now the fun part is picking a fabric for this. I'm going to do it in wool, but I'm torn between doing the safe Black, or something a little sassier. What do you guys think?