Husband is gone for the next four days so I plan on sewing for three of them. Tomorrow I'm going fabric shopping at the Downtown Los Angeles garment district with a few gals from patternreview. Then I have the rest of the weekend set aside to sew. I may have to stop and clean the kitchen at some point since that's usually Husband's job. I haven't got everything planned out, but I'm going to return to some of the patterns I muslined a couple of posts ago and make some new knock-off t-shirts. I'm teaching a class on how to knock-off RTW shirts in a couple of weeks, so I thought it'd be nice to have a few new ones to present in my trunk show.
Here's me in the denim skirt I made last Sunday. I've had it cut out for two years and I can't remember what pattern I used. That's too bad too because I really like how it turned out.
It's the perfect length and it hangs perfectly even. I can bend over and not have my behind hanging out in the classroom. Always a good thing when teaching middle school boys. I had Husband on the floor with a yardstick measuring to make sure. He's a keeper for sure.
I also really like how the stretch denim didn't bag out in the seat after wearing it all day at work. Not that I sat a lot today. I'm wearing some apple green panties and there is no show-through, which is a very important feature for a white skirt IMHO.
Husband took my camera with him on his trip so I won't be able to photograph anything I sew this weekend until he gets back.