Ok, I'll admit it...I'm stalling.
I got MY Weekender finished, and now I have to turn around and do another one...a Christmas present...before I change the thread in the serger.
And I decided that I really, really should add some interfacing to AT LEAST the straps of the next one. My straps feel a little flimsy. It probably wouldn't hurt to interface the bag facings, either. Or the bottom.
More cutting...tedious cutting at that.
So I'm Not Real Enthusiastic about the next up item...but it must be done, that's Christmas.
Maybe I should just put on a recording of 'We Are Santa's Elves' and sing along whilst I make it?
Anyway, I've got a question for everyone...
Last night was our quarterly Night of Worship at church. It's an awesome service...two hours of singing and praying. No preaching, just worship.
But the choir was instructed to wear jeans with black shirts. And something interesting happened with the lighting. Every time the lighting guy hit the choir with just blue lights all our black shirts turned deep red! I had on a black microfiber charmeuse blouse (Silhouette Pattern's Pam's Blouse, if you're interested) that turned the most GORGEOUS shade of burgundy...I'd buy fabric that color in a heartbeat. To complicate matters, it was interesting to note that my black leather jacket that I wore during rehearsal before the service (it was chilly in the empty sanctuary) stayed black no matter what color of light was on it.
We had no good consensus on why the fabric changed color, let alone why the fabric did and the jacket didn't, and My Sweet Baboo joked that I'd probably blog about it to find out.
Anybody know why blue light turns black fabric red?
I have a theory, but I'm going to wait and see if anyone posts a definitive answer before I post it. I don't want to appear to be a doofus. (Maybe it's too late for that?)