What possessed me to click on Fabric Mart's website a couple of weeks ago?
And discover that they were in the midst of a 60% off everything sale.
So lookit what landed on my doorstep last Thursday...
Gray cotton/poly/lycra suiting...for next year's wardrobe, the gray is good with the scarf, as is the creamy white of the denim-like stretch cotton/lycra twill. Spring/summer, probably, as light as the colors are. The royal blue and white was a bit of a disappointment...it's REALLY thin and sheer. Not sure what I'll be able to do with it. Not what I'd planned, that's for sure. But the brown/white/blue print is a nice weight rayon jersey. Haven't put it up against the scarf yet to see if it will work with the colors, but even if it doesn't it will be a good knit top.
And that's pretty much all the sewing anything I've gotten done in a month, lol. Well...not quite. We did a scene from the Gospel According to Scrooge at a small town 'tree-lighting' celebration last Friday, and it was, well, chilly for these parts. I found the renmant of the army blanket I'd whacked ironing board pads from, squared up the dangly bits and made a stout wrap to keep me somewhat warm whist we haggled over Scrooge's fine linen shirt and bed linens wot we took off 'im whilst 'e was lyin' there....lol. I also found one of the first attempts to make skirts for the charladies...a straight draw-string skirt that didn't work for the era...and sewed up the bottom to make a bag for 'aulin' th' spoils'....So maybe I did get a bit done Kind of appropriate as last week (the 4th, actually) was the 13th anniversary of the day I logged on for the first time to talk about costuming the 2005 production of Scrooge. The plan was to just do the scene for the Friday night event, but rumor has it that we will be doing it again for a Sunday morning service in December as a 'teaser' for the revival of the show in December, 2019.
Hm. I may have blogging material again. LOL.