I bought this fabric a few years ago and I just love the way it looks in this little dress. It is a very soft cotton lawn and goes well with the lilac peace silk. I have had a lot on this week including taking my mother-in-law to the theatre, Friday night footy and an introduction course in Tambour. Sorry I do not have a photo to show you the tambour but in future I will.
Have a lovely week and take time to breath and enjoy your surroundings.
Although my favorite color is blue I tend to have a lot of greens in my fabric collection. The reason for this is in the last few years I have been buying fabric that represent the Australian outback and especially the salt bush ash green color. I have kept this style simple to show off this lovely patterns and colors of this fabric.
I am trying to have one outfit completed per week to keep my creative juices flowing. Usually I like this to be Mondays so this week I am a little late. This week I have kept up the walking, been to the dentist and visited the Art Gallery of South Australia to see the Impressionists exhibition which was fantastic.
I love the combination of red, white and blue an have been wanting to make this outfit for sometime. I would have liked to have this one posted around Australia day this year but I got distracted with other creations. I am planning to make an evening dress or two and some sheath dresses with some bold prints and some mixed fabric little party dress.
As school holidays are over I am back at Tai Chi and sewing classes. I have nearly finished a pair of white stretch jeans for myself. Also I went to the football with my husband on Saturday night and a long 23km walk on Sunday. We are in training for a week away in June in the Flinders Ranges walking the Heysen Trail with group end to end 8.