sunday sevens #36

Sunday Sevens was thought up by Natalie over at Threads & Buttons. For more details on what’s involved, just click that link.

Also, it’s time to sign up for #StitchingSanta, as organized by Sheila of Sewchet. Click the link for details.



10 thoughts on “sunday sevens #36

    1. CurlsnSkirls Post author

      You **are** havin’ a big catch-up, Gorgeous One! Keep thinkin’ another test of that mail delivery time is due, with scuba this time… but don’t find any I specially like… Never fear, something will be found. Lol! 😎

    1. CurlsnSkirls Post author

      Hi, Nee! Thank you for the compliment. I’m thinking a light-weight casual coat, and wondering how I want to prep the wool. Any suggestions? 😊

      1. neela

        I have a light wool too which I wasn’t sure how to prep, either by dry cleaning or a light steam with an iron? Let me know what you do and if it works. Good luck. Nee x

  1. sewchet

    Thanks for the plug Del – will you be joining in this year? Love that mustard fabric; I’ve just made myself a jacket in mustard velvet and silk. I had a tear off shoe-a-day calendar a few years ago but couldn’t bear to throw the pages away as the illustrations were so beautiful!

    1. CurlsnSkirls Post author

      Thank you, Sheila, and thank you for doing another #stitchingsanta this year!
      Your mustard sounds yummier than mine, which is a nice, utilitarian lightweight wool. Am now having a think about how to prep it, as I really don’t want to do the dry cleaning bit… You shoe calendar sounds wonderful. Mine is a monthly, so only have 12 pair. Most aren’t very exciting, but I thought this was worth a mention. 😀


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