I love the cross weave cotton though – organic, a muted blue tone, casual and yet classy – I didn’t want to not use it, if you know what I mean?
I had to make a side split to enable normal walking and ran the lace up to the point of the split. I mitred the corners to make it sit sit nice and flat too.
So, parole has been granted to Burda 101. She showed unremitting remorse at the hearing and the parole board granted her a second chance. She has been warned to behave well and contribute to society like a good citizen should and she promised she would, except she acts more like linen with those wrinkles.
We don’t have the warm, golden light of the south of France here – too far north – but what I do have is a wearable skirt.
Have you ever re-hashed an already made garment or just admitted that despite the hours of work you’ve put into something that it just doesn’t work?
Thanks for reading. Ruth