Yesterday I also cut out the fashion fabric (cream coloured velvet), and basted all but the front and one back panel to the lining fabric. I did those today. I plan to treat the velvet and lining as one, and don’t want them to shift before I get them sewn.
I had planned, and looked forward to start sewing today, but found that I had some schoolwork that was to be handed in much sooner than I’d expected. Ooops…
Work on the apartment is slowly progressing. Tobias proved to have some hidden decorating skills (they where new to me, anyway), and quickly organized a “tranquil corner” for us to rest our eyes on, when trying to fix the rest of the mess.
Further down the top shelf, there is now a few of our books and movies, with antique irons as book supports.
Unfortunately this picture is rather dark… It’s slowly beginning to feel like home – most of my belongings agree with most of his belongings, if that makes sense. They look comfortable together, not like intruders on each others space. It does feel a little bit weird that we are both going to live there, though… nice, but weird.
det kommer att bli så fint i din nya lägenhet och klänningen kommer att bli perfekt, jag känner det på mig! :))) spännande! lycka till, hoppas att du får tid att sy i lugn och ro... KRAM!ReplyDelete
Ser jättefint ut. Ska bli så kul att se lägenheten. Kram, MammaReplyDelete
Very exciting Sarah! Isn't it such a pleasant and unique feeling to start on your own wedding dress? So many people buy their dresses (or never learned to sew to begin with) that I think they miss out on that feeling.ReplyDelete
My dress was elaborate (for me at least), and was a long project, but the hours I spent working on it gave me time to think about the beautiful covenant I was about to make with Keith. Being such a serious undertaking, a new bride needs those times to contemplate her new life-to-be. (Grooms too!)
We're very happy for you down here in Texas, halfway across the world. :)