Saturday, September 19, 2015

Getting the Mojo Back....

Well, I wore the skirt to dinner with a blue tank and the AC wrap that was a gift from them at the Blackberry Farm weekend. Sadly, we were seated immediately by the front door, so I didn't get to prance around the restaurant looking for reactions. Oh well, it's comfortable and I love it, so that's all that matters. (Now, there is a big social event coming up in a month where I can wear it, so I'll look for reactions then!)


I did have a surge in mojo after that, and started the Palmer/Pletsch Craftsy class on fitting pants, since I felt like Sandra Betzina's class with the princess pants was a little too intense. I'm loving the class, and have my tissue fitted, so hopefully I'll cut fabric this weekend and have something to show you...and wear to work! Now for family and fellow band-nerds, here's Lucas on the drums from our football game last night - no sewing because we had to see the new drums solo - he's the bassist with a buzzcut.



We were right impressed with his drumming skills! And I ran another 5K this morning, with only one good day of training over the past 3 weeks - bleh. Still made it in 39 mins and 30 seconds, so that's an improvement over the last one - I'll take it!


Okay, now to those pants! What are you doing this weekend?

5 comments:

BeckyW said...

Love the outfit with the AC skirt! You should get major positive reactions.

We went tubing in Milton today. Not much sewing mojo going on here. I'm fostering 5 kittens. They kind of kill my mojo. I've recently seen sewing machine covers. I'm almost finished. Next up will be Homecoming week costumes and Halloween costumes.

Dr. Fun (AKA Sister) said...

Holy moly - 5 kittens sounds busy! Also fun, though. Good luck with all your costumes...

Sheila said...

Pretty and looks great a like with the pashmina. Kudos on your 5K !

Ann's Fashion Studio said...

Love your outfit. I just bought another Alabama Chanin book but still haven't made anything. I love their garments!!

Dr. Fun (AKA Sister) said...

Thanks, Sheila!

Ann, you need to break out some old T-shirts and thread and get busy!