The VPLL 1912 skirt is done, but I'm not going to do a post or a review until the weekend is over.
What weekend, you ask?
Patternreview Weekend, that's what. It's an all-out fabric-and-friend-fest, taking place this Friday, Saturday & Sunday in New York. This will be my fifth weekend (2006 and 2007 in NYC; 2010 in Philadelphia; and 2011 in Chicago), plus many random shopping days and meetups with friends made online who were so immediately familiar that I felt I'd known them for years.
Friday is a free-for-all, fabric shopping in small groups, a tour at Simplicity Patterns and a meetup at the Met for the Schiaparelli/Prada exhibit, which is already one of the highlights of my weekend and it hasn't happened yet. (I haven't yet recovered completely from the Alexander McQueen exhibit; if Schiaparelli leaves similar mental scars, I will be very happy).
Saturday is workshop day, including a morning spent with Kenneth King and an afternoon with Diana Rupp and Jill Ralston from Fabulous Fit Dressforms, plus a pattern exchange and a group dinner that evening.
I'm tired just thinking about it, but I also know I'm going to come back energized, inspired and, yes, tired. But with a load more fabric and some new friends too.
Photos, since you can't see the skirt yet: my front yard roses trying to take over the block. My next door neighbor (with the concrete front yard) is only too happy that my rose is trying to eat her front porch.
Back soon with stories, photos and fabric.
Oh to be there too.
Have a great time.
Have a wonderful time in New York . . . I'm so sorry that I can't make it this year!
your roses are gorgeous!
what's up with your neighbor having a concrete front lawn?
see you in nyc!!
The only thing that could keep me away from PR Weekend is my daughter's graduation! Have fun and say hello to everybody for me!
Have a wonderful weekend !
PR Weekend Montreal was my only one so far, but one of these years I'll make it to another - so much fun !!!
Have a fun weekend, if we can't see the skirt then thanks for the flowers. They look lovely.
Pretty roses. You're only 120 miles south of me, yet so far ahead in flowers! Have a great weekend.
Beautiful roses! I would want those growing next to me too. Hope you had fun in NYC!
It was great to meet you at PRW! I can't wait to see what you do with your green leather!!!!
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