I plan to come to you every Sunday after and give a little post about what I wore and the experience and etc.
I wore: (DEEP SIGH) again LOTS of layers. Still my Uggs (blah). Still my Northface WINTER JACKET (boo). The same go-to attire that I was wearin in January. It's actually getting me quite annoyed. I'm so ready to sundress and open-toe it up, weather! Can you comply?!?!
I didn't even bother photographing the outfit because I was so cranky that I was so cold. Poo.
The tiny class of only seven gained one more lady, Patrice (who you see above already sewing her purple robe). My fabulous first-impression of my sewing teacher, Pat, was only made truer yesterday. She is funny, knows her sew stuff, and kept calling me precious.
I still absolutely adore her.
My colorful, springy, floral print for the robe was a hit.
I learned how to pin your traced sewing pattern to the fabric. I only pricked myself three times.
Note to self: bring band-aids next time. I learned a good fabric scissor is NECESSARY. I learned how to cut fabric. I learned the direction of the grain of fabric needs to be parallel to the selvage. Haa haa! Sewing jargon. ;)
etc.: I was so grateful for this project yesterday. Even though yesterday class was two-and-a-half hours longer than last week, it felt faster. I'm so excited for the end product. All my classmates are super nice, and were already talking about what we're going to make in the next class. :)