The Stitcher's Guild 2019 SWAP Challenge Rules are up and...wow, pretty much anything goes. I mean, well, there are some guidelines but they shouldn't be hard to work with. Basically...build a cohesive wardrobe of 11 garments. (For the unfamiliar, SWAP = 'Sew with a plan')
So long as you start with an inspiration piece...artwork, photograph, natural object, or...scarf...
Lawsy, lawsy, if I don't participate in the SWAP next year it will be a shame, as I'm going to spend the year making a wardrobe based on a scarf.
I think I've decided to go with the hummingbird scarf. It has more options, including gray and royal blue (which I didn't swatch...I swatched the denim-y blue), which are not in the fox scarf.
Now, sewing the 12-months-12-outfits, I would only have about 8 garments by the end of April...and that's if I make EVERYTHING. Now, the SWAP rules do allow for one purchased garment, one garment made prior to, well, this week, and one garment made between now and the official start of SWAP sewing, Dec. 26.
This is going to be way more structured than the last SWAP wardrobe I did...which was all about sewing fast. This one...I'm going to have to do some real planning and disciplined sewing.
Not my strong suit, but, well, I need clothes, so we'll see what I can manage.