But who doesn't need another Vogue 1250? This is my fourth - I wore one to work yesterday and wore this one today and the only person who knew the difference was Andrea, who not only has made V1250 but also bought this fabric for me at PR Weekend Chicago when my plane got in late and I had to meet the group halfway through the shopping day - and therefore miss buying this fabric at Mood myself. Which I would have. Absolutely.
And Andrea has the same fabric, in another colorway, which she hasn't used yet. Not that I'm hinting or anything.
She's also only made one version of V1250. Isn't that enough to have your sewing license taken away?
So now I feel better - theater sewing done, a head-cleaning knit dress for me, and I found the denim for Mario's jeans, hidden in plain sight. Perhaps if I didn't come home, change my clothes and deposit my work clothes on the hallway stair railing, I would have noticed 2 yards of pre-washed denim (along with another fabric) hanging on the rail before a few weeks had gone by.
I'm in cleaning mode - tidied up part of the sewing room, got a bag together for the thrift store, obviously hung up and/or washed clothes - and now I'm feeling ready to face a bigger project again.
Which obviously has to be men's jeans . . . but also maybe a new pair of work pants for me. I found a really nice, restrained brown glen plaid I forgot I had. It needs to be pants. Soon. It's fall, finally.