I was 100% correct.
So here it is the end of July and one word matches what's been happening on the farm: craziness. I found a spare moment this afternoon and I thought it was high time to do some blogging so it won't appear as if I have completely forgotten about Art and Needlework.
In order to keep up with all the farm work, I haven't been able to do much sewing/knitting/crafting since my last post (which was June 8). Yes, I have made a few rosaries, sewn some scarves and hair accessories, and finished the stool's mate, but haven't done much else. Or have I?
Now let me show you some of this skirt's inner workings:
First up is the inseam pocket that I added.
Had to use those polka dots somewhere. . .
There is only one pocket for this skirt because there is a side seam zipper occupying the other seam. I spent a long time trying to come up with a way to add a pocket and a zipper to a seam but I just couldn't come to a solution. Any ideas?
And here's the back view of the striped area:
What I am really liking about this skirt is the use of cotton fabric as interfacing for the waist yoke. Yep, there is not one square inch of synthetic interfacing in this garment so it really is light and breathable; yet still structured.