Woke up this morning to a miserable, rainy day, which means I just want to cuddle under a blanket and knit some fuzzy wool, but sewing is my goal for the day!
This is not the stack of fabric I should be working on, even though I really want to. I've been wanting to make a Ruby top with the Catnap as yoke, and the white knit as the body. I've been putting it off because I'd have to wash the Catnap, and I want to be really sure before I take that step (I don't prewash my quilting fabric).
And the bottom two are fabrics that I found over the weekend... in my house... can't remember buying them...
Anyway, the plaid is just a yard, and while I'd love to make it into a summer top, I'm not sure it'll be enough. I might make it into something for the little girl. And the bottom is 5 (5!) yards of a really great jersey. It's so soft, a little stiff, but not heavy, and has stretch in just one direction, so it'll hold whatever shape I impose on it better. I'm wondering if a knit Washi Dress is possible. Seems like that would be a thing, but I haven't seen any on the internets. I might have to just take the plunge and do it.
But this is what I'm going to be doing first. It will be a nursing dress for a wedding a friend is attending. I've already made the top, but it needs some reworking to fit properly. And the actual dress part is going to be the grey print. It's easy enough to do, but there's just a lot of moving parts, so I've been putting it off for probably a month. Due in three days, should work out fine!
Linking up with Lee for WIP Wednesday!