dawn’s rosy fingers


As you see, the monsoons from Central Plains states have officially entered East Coast air space, and plan on staying a while. Temps dropped 30 degrees.

Awake at dawn this morning & rather peckish, I sat down to peruse a few blogs whilst sipping hot cocoa. If it’s chocolate, I’ll drink it in the desert at high noon.

What did I spy but two lovely sewing mates across the pond jollying readers into making a jumpsuit this month. They look lovely in theirs, but personally the style doesn’t seem practical. And as all home sewers know, we sew for practicality.

Anything you have to remove almost completely, or try to clutch carefully, along with a handbag or two so they don’t drop on a probably wet & germ-laden floor when Nature calls and you’re out & about isn’t my idea of convenient. ๐Ÿ˜‰

Moving right along…

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Hope everyone takes this in the spoofy & fun way it’s intended, and can have a grin over it.

๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’• you gals & wouldn’t upset you for the world. Or even fabric.

๐Ÿ˜ด ๐Ÿ’ค ๐Ÿ’ค ๐Ÿ’ค


But I might not get around to any jumpsuits…


6 thoughts on “dawn’s rosy fingers

  1. neela

    Yes that’s hilarious. I kept holding back to go to the loo because it was taking me ages to unbutton and unzip my jumpsuit. I might make an elasticated one next time!!! Hahaha. Nee Bee x

  2. Thimberlina

    I know what you mean about bits trailing. Our uniform at work used to be a jumpsuits – the long sleeves were a nightmare for hitting the floor in hospital loos – yuck! And a few people got shoulder injuries with repetitive strain – those ones must have had a bladder problem! ๐Ÿ˜‰


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