I still have to sew down the facing, hem it, do buttons/buttonholes, I'm going with covered buttons. I know it looks like it doesn't match in the front but it's just on the hanger a little wonky. I didn't have any more white bias tape so I used that funky orange.
I have been doing a little knitting. While on the phone with my oldest sister I mentioned that I had made a shrug, she requested one so here it is but unless I want to start a family war, I'm going to have to get 4 more made before Christmas, 2 for my other sister's and 2 for my nieces. I'm also crocheting her a matching slouchy hat and of course I have to weave in the ends.
It's looking pretty good for Trisha's maxi dress to get done over the weekend, I've gotten all my selfish projects out of the way.
That top is unbelievable! You did a great job matching those plaids. Christmas? I'm just now starting to think about Halloween costumes.
You did a superb job matching the plaids!!!
Wow what a good job on matching those plaids.
This is most impressive...it's hard to do this, and if you notice some ready-to-wear doesn't even do that good a job with it. This is often how you can tell something has been made by an expert. Of course only another expert would see it, which makes it all that much more fun!
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