From the sewing room
These days, I spend all my days in the sewing room. Black bourrette silk, 10 parts per item, organizing the cutting for best output - and keeping track of what has been cut, and what has not yet been cut.
After two days of cutting, I had enough "cabbage" to start with the collars - the most fiddly part. ("Cabbage", according to Janet Arnold, was what tailors called the left-overs in olden days.)
What I'm sewing? That will be revealed later... when the delivery is done. Here is a shoulder:
Posted by Kerstin på Spinnhuset at 17:40
Labels: academic dress, sewing
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