...when you're frustrated?
I have a pretty piece of ivory colored poly/rayon burnout jersey. Not much stretch but lots of drape, as you can imagine with a poly/rayon. I had (notice the past tense) 3 yards of it. Until I totally wasted a yard on a shirt that doesn't fit, will never fit, can't make it fit, etc, etc, boo hoo hoo. I thought I'd make just a plain tee to wear over a white camisole top, but somehow I got my patterns mixed up or something, because what I just cut out and put together was a 100% fail. *sigh* I hate wasting pretty fabric.
So what did I do? You mean after I got done ranting, raving and shaking my fist at the sky?
I made a dress for Daughter instead. Isn't it pretty? It's the same boring button down pattern I've been using for a while now. I really need to get more creative with her dresses.
I've got my new Jalie swimsuit pattern, I've got some old nylon/lycra and some new, so I've got everything I need to make new swimsuits for both me and Daughter. I also got some microfiber to make board shorts for Youngest Son and I've had the Kwik Sew pattern for a couple of years now, so I've got everything I need for him, too. I'm so looking forward to the swimming/kayaking season and I want to be ready for that first perfect day.