So yes, it's been quite a while since I've posted. Between a job change, a summer away from home, and a broken sewing machine, both sewing and blogging have been on hold. And now here I am, off work for Hurricane Isaac... hoping I can finish this post before the lights go out.
Thanksgiving and shares his work again here. Neither of us are masters of the Nikon D40 yet, so it took us a little while to figure out the manual focus was off, but alas, the photos still look nice. The wine prop was his idea.
This is my first project from the Colette Patterns Sewing Handbook - which, sigh, I got for Christmas from my brother Bob. It's taken me way too long to get started!
Fabric: Brocade (is what it said in the store. It feels like Silk Crepe.)
Lining: Bemberg Rayon (best lining EVER - breathable, washable, seriously check it out)
I bought the fabric at Fabric Place Basement in Framingham, MA back in December when I was home for Christmas. Fabric Place was this old fabric store in downtown Framingham that was around since the 1940s. I remember wandering around the winding rooms as a kid, getting lost, bugging my mom, etc. It recently went out of business and Fabric Place Basement opened... which I must say is AWESOME. I spent way too much in way too little time there. I would get a part time job there cutting fabric if I still lived in Massachusetts. Just for fun.