I am bound and determined to get this “muslin” tee shirt D.O.N.E.
The pattern is one brought from California, which means it’s older than dirt. And never made up till last week when I got out the camisole pieces and started
measuring tissue fitting.
But my knit fabric is a bit younger… from several years ago when that last fabric store chain was closing. Sad day that.
Don’t know the fabric content of this knit, and seems like either side could be considered the right one.
I can never remember, do you? Does the knit curl to the right side, or the wrong?
Not gonna make any difference with this tee. As you can see, the piece on the left is now the wrong side.
Shorts to come, using my tnt Butterick 5432 pattern.
So what else is going on? I’ve been clearing off the cutting table.
Keeping me occupied whilst dealing with those piles of fabric was an Australian novel, The Dry, recommended by a friend. Not for the faint of heart is this one, chronicling a very small town way out somewhere in Queensland. I’ll pick up the second novel this week.
We’ve got a three day weekend coming up, so I’m getting ready. 😉
A good contrast is another Mitford novel, also on cd… 16 of them!… is To Be Where You Are by Jan Karon.
And the lovely translation of The Little Prince. Such a sweet story with plenty for adults to consider.
All for now, Lovelies! I have a boa constrictor to draw. . . .