So, imagine 12 incredibly creative and lovely women and girls in one shop basement together, playing with freezer paper stencils together for three hours. Yup, you got it. It was fun. I was so in love with all the stencils that were made and how creatively they were used. I did manage to get one stencil of my own done (on Ez, above). I love that photo of him wearing it, caught mid-laugh by the camera. So fun. Thanks to all who came, and especially to Brandie at Edith & Edna for hosting. And no worries for those who couldn't make it this weekend, I think we'll be doing it again this fall, and I'll be sure to post about it when it happens.
At about midnight on Friday night I decided I needed a new skirt to wear to the class (naturally) and a shower I attended on Sunday (shhh....I wore it two days in a row!), and so this half-circle skirt was made. And no, I didn't wear my green shoes. I wore orange. And at exactly 12:35, sounding slightly like a junkie needing one last fix, I promised myself that this really would be the last time I used bias binding instead of hemming. Next time, I'm moving on to hem tape, baby.