Here it goes, the pattern all laid out ready to cut the fabric for the muslin. I am a bit of a fearless sewer (and Knitter) and I usually jump in with both feet, but I want to make sure I know how this pattern is sewn and how it fits before I cut the wool and silk for the real one. I have expensive tastes and I don't want to f-up really good fabric. It's not like yarn where I can frog it if I don't like it or if it doesn't fit.
All the muslin pieces waiting to be sewn my poor little tomato is empty of all its pins. This will be today's project, start sewing the muslin together.
Before work I went to the fabric store yesterday, I had some Brithday money from my mom and decided that it was going toward my fabric.
I finally decided to go with my original plan and make it in navy. There was even this great lavender gray silk on sale that I got for the lining. I do really love the green and if this goes well maybe I'll make a second in green.