Monthly Archives: January 2014

Psychedelic ‘zebra’ skirt and friends

That’s enough chatter from the fabrics. Let’s talk about the skirt! It’s bright. Sunnies on? Right, let’s go for it. Here shamelessly trying to convince Ann that’s it Jungle January worthy by adding a Toucan pendant. Of course she will … Continue reading

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Cotton Twill won

“Won what?” muttered Silk Chiffon. “Gaudiest fabric? Least like a zebra? Greatest potential to be refused entry to the Jungle January playground?” “Maybe all of that” thought Cotton Twill to herself, with just the hint of a smug smile. “But … Continue reading

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Dude food and Jungle January tussles

He who Cooks doesn’t seem to have trouble with his ingredients having strong opinions. Not enough minced meat for burgers? Some of those spicy sausages in the fridge will lose their skins for the cause. My fabrics, however, can’t seem … Continue reading

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Butterfly shift dress

Happy new year! I’ve enjoyed the summaries and reflections from other bloggers but have left it too late to make a serious post about my sewing year. Expect to say (see I can’t help myself!): Almost 40 garments sewn, and … Continue reading

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