Sunday, November 04, 2007

Choir Sundays #10

This month's colors: Black with Burgundy (I suspect the blue lights were on again, making the deep reds look brighter. It really has been interesting to see how the colored lights affect the colors in our garments!)

This was taken during pre-service rehearsal...and it was cold in the sanctuary! Hence the coffee mugs, water bottles and jackets.


Top:Hot Pattern's Cadeau Top, the second test from printed poly matte jersey. I'd only worn this once before...out to dinner with My Sweet Baboo...and I don't think I'll try wearing it to choir again. The left shoulder (probably because my left shoulder is even narrower than my right shoulder) kept slipping off...not a good look for choir! Fortunately, I was in the back row as usual; hopefully I was not too noticeable.

It's a fine 'go to dinner with the sweetie' top, but not a worship top. I wasn't thinking when I put it on....

The pants are the same ol' black cotton twill Vogue7881 pants that I've worn in several photos now; they're comfy and they fit pretty good. As I said last week, I gotta make this pattern up at least a couple of more times ;)

Oh...it's 'Happy Birthday, Sew Random' day today, too...I wrote my first blog post two years ago today. Hard for me to believe it's been 2 years! Thanks to everyone who's stopped by, and especially thanks to everyone who's left a comment! ;)

5 comments:

  1. Pretty top! I need to try that pattern one day soon.

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  2. Happy 2nd bloggin birthday! I love the Not Worship top, and I know what you mean. My DD's friend wore spaghetti straps to church with us last weekend.....

    I've been away for a while, but I'm back to reading and writing on my own blog. If you have a minute, please change The Southern Sewa link on yours to Southern Stitches, the addy is southernstitch.blogspot.com
    Thanks, Lisa!
    Mary

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  3. Lovely top! You look great in it!

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  4. Congrats on your second year of blogging! It gives me hope that I will still have something to say!

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