Really late, yes. Shush. My plans are modest—this pair of dancey-flares for Syo, based on this Kwik Sew kids’ yoga pants pattern (KS3498). It shouldn’t take more than a couple of hours, provided I can arrange for Syo to not be home and for myself to be home.
Wish me luck. 😉
I’m having a bit of a Jalie binge.
Since Tyo made it clear that she REALLY wanted zip-off feet, has come to pass.
Yep. One of the feet is pointing backwards.
I wish I drank, because this moment calls for one.
This would go faster if I didn’t keep losing things. Like ALL MY SEWING MACHINE ATTACHMENTS. Including zipper foot. No, I still haven’t found it, and I even mostly-cleaned my sewing room! And deciding I need other things I hadn’t even thought of before. Like tape for binding the insides of the zippers.
But. There are feet. There is a hood. There are bits that go in between that. And someday soon, I just barely dare to hope, there will be a Pikachu onesie..
I failed at Christmas sewing this year, pretty badly. Aside from my grandma’s sweater, I made Osiris fleece pants, and that was all I had time for. But I did manage to order the Jalie onesie pattern, and find the right fleece. So work has begun on Tyo’s Pikachu Onesie.
Never really a good idea. Nonetheless, I decided yesterday I should make a warm and snugly sweater for my grandma. It needs to be done by this weekend.
What last minute crazy Christmas stuff are you trying to cram in?
Not awesome. Mrs. Church would send me straight back to Victorian sewing school. But it’s leap years beyond my last attempt. Sadly, it’s in the middle of a scrap with no practical purpose. /sigh 😉
… My Crafty sister-in-law’s young co-worker gave her a bunch of fabric that had been abandoned by some relative. It, of course, found its way here. It’s mostly quilting cotton, some cuter than others. There’s a lot of Christmas fabric, which I confess doesn’t do much for me, but maybe it would be a good excuse to make a zillion reusable fabric gift bags. And there’s some really nice unbleached cotton twill. And apron prints. Lots of apron prints. >_< what would you do with a sudden and unexpected abundance of quilting cotton?
My cousin took me thrifting and fabric shopping yesterday.
I have no business buying either fabric OR patterns right now, by the way.
I am really loving that Butterick pattern at the bottom. It looks all floaty but includes an internal stay, waist stay, and boning.