At 10.03 this morning I sewed my last hand stitch for SWAP ’15 and for the first time in four months my needles are threadless. I have made 11 items in Alabama Chanin style from three shades of blue cotton jersey – but you’ll have to wait until the official finish date for a full reveal (30th April) when all who have participated publish their collections on Artisan’s Square.
In the meantime, if you are wondering what four months of hand sewing looks like – maybe something like this:
One of the items this year had to be reversible/recycled/convertible.
So this is my attempt………
So someone who can do maths – 7 necklines X 4 hemlines + 2 skirts = enough variations to be categorised as convertible?