It's been difficult, not a lot difficult, but a little difficult to say the least. There was seam binding, hand sewing, altering, unpicking, altering again, and whats so unsatisfying about the whole affair, is that I'm not entirely certain that I even like it all that much.
Don't get me wrong, I don't hate it, the fit is fine, not to mention all the bound seams on the inside are beautiful (I can't help but smile like a giddy school girl in love when I look at them) But I just don't see myself wearing it that often.
Maybe next summer I will think differently? Hopefully!
After all the sewing was completed, Natasha and I hit the park to take a few snaps. The Sunflowers I had bought from the markets for my "Its a Wrap" Skirt were still alive and sunny so we decided to take them with us.
Now, these I am happy with. I love Natasha's work. She has such a great eye. She came up with the idea of having me lay in the grass with all the sunflowers. Don't you think it looks a little Pushing daisies-esque? ( I LOVE that show)
Check out her work here at Natasha Foster and her Camera.
So now that's over, what's next?