But I'm almost done! There's a silk blouse on the cutting table...this fabric was purchased for this specific pattern in 1998!
High time it was made up, doncha think? :rolleyes:
Then I'm cutting the Neue Mode Shirt (the spread collar view!)from white cotton/lycra shirting I got from Timmel Fabrics last year, and I'm calling it a Full Queue.
I confess, I have given priority to garments that use a lot of fabric...I have two skirts cut from bias tiers. That ate a lot of a cotton shirting I bought years ago to make Family Outfits. Needless to say, at this point, the 21 year old and the 19 year old would rather wear barrels than Matching Family Shirts and Jumpers Made by Mom. So now it is a tiered bias skirt for me, one for DD the Younger, and a shirt for My Sweet Baboo. And there's still several yards of it left. I'm starting to wonder if it might make a nice tablecloth, too... ;)
And there's the 8.5 yard pants I mentioned yesterday...a faux wrap skirt, Butterick 4803, that I cut from 1) the pink fabric I found from Miss A and a pink/red/multi on black floral semi-sheer rayon crepe that I got in a Fabric Mart bundle last year.
There's more stuff I'd like to cut, but I'm getting down to things that need pattern alterations so I'm going to quit with the white blouse and clean up my (very big) mess.
Right now, I'm at 44 1/4 yards cut and waiting to be sewn; I'm thinking it'll be another 5 yards when I'm done. Assuming I don't buy anymore fabric, when that's all sewn I'll be less than 3 3/4 yards from parity.
WHEN that's all sewn...