All I have to report on the MOB progress is that I have obtained the necessary zipper and hope to get the dress cut out this afternoon before the leadership meeting this evening that precedes our women's conference, which starts at 9:30 in the morning.
So I thought I'd share something that showed up in my burn feeder today. I've subscribed to Thomas Mahon's blog, just for the fascinating glimpses he gives into the life and business of an English bespoke tailor, and to my delight found he'd linked a video of himself hand drafting a jacket front.
Like many Americans, I enjoy listening to the accent, but the video (imbedded in his post) is fascinating. Using the previously drafted jacket back, a tape measure, chalk, and at one point a 'stick', Thomas drafts the basic outline of his jacket in about 12 minutes.
I was especially intrigued by the shape and placement of the armsceye.
Definitely worth a look if you're interested in such things.