I cut the waistband carefully, to look like my waist is tied up in ribbons!
|The almost-finished, hanging skirt.|
I'm very pleased with it!
When I started making the first Ginger (the lemon skirt), I had to get into my box of stashed fabric to find my fusible interfacing, and I found this:
I have no recollection of where or why I bought this, but I was pretty happy to find it! I considered making this paper-bag waist skirt with it, but then decided to stick with something I knew would look good on me, so it's well on its way to becoming Ginger #3.
|Close up. I can't figure out if the white portions are|
resist (undyed) or printed on. The white doesn't
go through to the back.
Of course all the sewing and ironing made a mess of my nails, so I put some Konad on top of Shay:
China Glaze Joy
Bundle Monster plate BM203
Please don't click on the picture! Macro shows flaws I can't see with my bare eyes! I like this pattern a lot more than I was expecting to. It reminds me of endpapers in an old book. And the China Glaze Joy - wow! I bought the whole Romantique collection months ago, specifically for stamping, and have only used them as such. But this color is absolutely stunning, and I think I'll have to use it on its own one of these days.