- 10:42 pm
Exhausting two days already this week. Sitting in on meetings, organizing workshops, making sure persons A through Z are in communication, budget calculations, and working with personality types of persons A through Z.
Not a lot of energy left to sew when I’m on my time. Must learn to master delegation, ask for assistance, and how to say no.
- 6:41 pm
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Please don’t die, Jody.
The entire Supernatural fandom (via loriarty
- 6:24 pm
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How do people not talk more about the time John Barrowman was a blonde, dancing, singing Nazi?
AAAAAAANNNNNNDDDDDD NNNNOOOOOOOOWWW IIIIIITTTTTSSS SPRINGTIME FOR HITLER AND GERMANY!
They do…and often.
There’s a post about this daily.
- 11:37 pm - Mon, Apr 21, 2014
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More greatcoat construction:
- Shortening the patterns to bring the waistlines up 1 inch (I’m 5’3 and some spare change)
- Pinning pattern pieces and cutting. The wool is *heavy*. Also have to be careful with the paper pattern tearing at pinholes. It’s in great vintage condition, but it’s still more delicate than I’d like.
Using the floor because someone borrowed my sewing table for his party and hasn’t brought it back inside yet…
- 8:58 pm
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Fabric has arrived for Prax’s and my waistcoat dresses! To be unveiled at Comicpalooza next month…
Medium weight grey and white pinstripe.
Ianto Jones is on the way.
- 8:02 pm
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When one simple line becomes canon fodder for everything from his eidetic memory to superhuman powers.
And that is the beauty of the mystery that is Ianto Jones!
- 10:16 pm - Sun, Apr 20, 2014
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John Barrowman just (accidentally?) posted his address on a photo on Facebook.
I have a feeling he’s about to get bags of fan mail and girl scout cookies.
This is a horribly backward way of drawing attention to it.
Respect the man’s privacy. Do not take this as an invitation to invade it. I do not care if you say “he put it out there so this is what happens.”
Do not share it, post information about it, and for the love of all that’s holy, do not attempt to go there.
- 6:20 pm
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Loki inspired lolita outfit I made for a client last year. Consisting of a wide cage skirt, a voile blouse, a four layer voile skirt and overcoat/dress that closes with a zipper on the back. The bodice has some metal boning in the front to keep it from wrinkling up.
Yup, Ri… I’m going to need this too… ;-)
I’ll add it to my list :D
Green satin or velvet?
Ohh… I hadn’t thought about fabric… Whatever might be easier to clean?
At first glance I thought a very low height velvet or velour. It’s got a subtle sheen, so not common shiny satin. The body shown in the skirt could be from lining, but there’s a definite stiff drape.
I’m thinking forest green “polished” cotton.