Chartreuse has always been one of our favorite colors and especially during the spring and summer. This is a dress that I made for myself awhile back and it’s still one of my favorites. 🙂
When they come in to fetch me, it’s supper time. Loosely translated: “Drop everything and fix us food.” 🙄
Don’t blame me if your dinner has loose threads in it, guys! It’s been a long day of stitching.
Went to Downtown LA/Fabric District for the first time since the beginning of March. There’s about a 10% reduction of stores, but the ones who we have a working relationship are still there. We masked, we bought, we Chlorox wiped…at least I started the day with good hair. 😆
There are some issues that no restoration can cure. Today, this lady gets photographed for the last time, the silk satin of the skirt is shattering and I want to preserve as much of the embroidery and beadwork as possible.
Check out how this 1898 British designer chose to conceal the hand worked eyelets…I am currently lifting a pattern and taking notes from this beauty in our collection.