Just a quick post as after a couple of tiring days back at work I’m looking forward to a weekend of sewing. To make it extra special, it’s Sewing Weekender time!
The Sewing Weekender is usually a weekend away in Cambridge for 100 sewers, lots of talks, sewing and socialising, it sounds great fun. This year due to Covid, it’s gone on line, so lots of people from all over the world can join in. It’s still not too late to join, there’s lots of talks to watch, a great goodie bag, and you can sit and sew with the camaraderie of a sewing event.
I’m starting a sheer shirt, which as on my list of things to do this year. It a gorgeous fabric which is why it’s been in my stash for ages, it’s one of those too scared to cut into fabrics!
In reality it’s a deeper wine colour, it’s beautiful. I think I bought it on one of my earlier trips to Deswbury.
I’ve chosen a Style Arc pattern called the Artist Tunic, which is a longer length shirt, I chose it as it is actually pictured with a sheer fabric. I’ve not used Style Arc much, instructions seem minimalist to say the least, so it’s fingers crossed time that everything works out…
…wish me luck I’m going in!!!