I still can't find my yellow top. It's not really that big of a deal, since I have plenty of coral and gray, but it would be nice to know where it's disappeared to. I've looked in all the usual lost garment haunts and all of the unusual ones I can think of...no luck yet.
So, I'm just using the alternates. The Jalie 2919 cardigan, Jalie 2682 v-neck top, aging Gloria Vanderbilt straight leg jeans (the closest I'll come to skinny jeans!) and the yellow plastic jewelry again.
And...a report on a finished project. This upcoming week is dual camp week. First the annual Massive Youth Group Trip to Florida (last count: we have 17 other churches coming to our camp this year. Wow.), which my three unmarried offspring will be attending; one as a camper and two as workers/counselors. Secondary to that, it is the State Girls' Ministry camp, and I actually have five girls who, for one reason or another, didn't go to Youth Camp and who are going with me to the Girls camp. We all leave bright and early in the morning.
The youth group actually did a pre-check in today and all the kids had to have their luggage in to church this morning; they were loading it up in a HUGE Ryder truck. So all the packing had to be done before we left the house at 7:30 this morning.
Well, a couple of days ago The Flute Player pulled out her swimsuit and the elastic cracked and broke when she stretched it (well, it IS at least 3 years old...). So, I figured it was faster to make her a suit than to traipse around town late in the season looking for one that was conservative enough for church camp. Plus I still had a goodly chunk of nylon/lycra left from the last suit. However, last time I made a girls' suit; this time, it's a Small in the KS misses' range. And we needed bra cups.
So, I made a quick trip to Hancock's for bra cups and spent exactly as much on them as the remnant of fabric I had at home for her was worth. A basic swimsuit is pretty simple; however, I had a time trying to figure out how to arrange the bra cups so that they were even and right and...I sewed them onto the lining backward and had to take them off and do it over. But I did it while I was doing laundry, and I still think it was easier than shopping. ;-) However, I finished it about 12:30 this AM and it's already on the truck, so I don't have even a hanger shot.
And I did have a bit of fabric arrive from a sale last week and a friend gave me a couple of pieces from her stash as a birthday gift; I think I'm actually going to do another variation of that Jalie cardigan again from one of the new arrivals.
After camp. ;-)