ETA: as of Feb 9 the sale is postponed. New date TBA. But, probably on a a Friday based on the cancellation email.
Remember the local manufacturer warehouse sale where I’ve bought laces, elastics, athletic and outdoor fabrics for $1 to $2 a yard? Well, it’s baaaacccck. Slated for Saturday, February 11 starting at 8 am. I will be there when the doors open with a coffee in hand. I’m helping a friend sew a tallit (prayer shawl) for her son’s bar mitzvah that day.
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My dressform is a terrible bra model. But, a little better than the floor? I spent a few hours cleaning my sewing room today and discovered two unfinished bras. This Sewy Isabell needed just 20 mins of work. The second is all cut out. So, I should finish it this week too. . . . . . . #lsabellbra #sewy #sewyisabell #bramaking #handmadelingerie #diylingerie #isew #memadeeveryday
I finished this Isabell bra from Sewy last night from Fashion Unlimited laces. It looks phenomenal on. I have no recollection where the main fabric is from. I took 1/2 inch out from the band and it fits perfectly! I have a second one coming up in a stiffer powernet. So, I’m adding back in that 1/2 inch and hoping the cups will cover :-D.
The Maryland Historical Society (headquartered in Baltimore, natch) has several textile related lectures this year. I hope to make it to a few. And, their annual gala ($$$) will feature the fashion collection of the Historical Society. We might go to the afterparty for younger (less affluent) people. Two years ago they exhibited jewelry from Wallis Simpson.
So, that’s some local fiberly things I know about.
Oh, Jeannie and I have talked about starting a machine knitting group. If you might be interested let me know. We think there has to be more than two of us locally.