wobbly piece of plastic.
The first pictures were well focused, bright and pretty true to color. But, they were aimed too high! Cutting off the bottom 3" of everything!
It shows the shape of the shoulders and the texture of the quilting.
(Did I mention that I love this jacket! It wraps around like a soft cocoon. I am super happy with the lining. The silk charmeuse underlined with fusible tricot has the perfect amount of body and softness, and the pop of color is perfect!)
Back to the camera:
I used to know my Fstop and shutter speed settings, back when every 6th grader had a great new 35 mm SLR. I guess its back to photography for dummies.
Did I mention that it is WiFi enabled and can send pictures through my home network? How cool is that, my neighbors can hack into my camera and track my pants fitting progress!
I am making good progress on the pants as well.
I have the fly's, and the front pockets done. I used Stitches and Seams technique by Debbie Cook.
I just like the simple, straight forward way she walks you through it. However, I didn't topstitch the edge of the left front, it seems a little extraneous to me if it's all one piece.
The blue and jade are from Emma One Sock and they are denim that is mostly cotton, but it also contains nylon and I think a touch of poly as well as lycra. Its a strange combination and it runs a but thin and it shows in the lighter color, so I'll be hitting the gym before debuting those in public!
The top pair of jade pants are the perfect shade of jade for the pantone contest this month on PR. If contests were the guaranteed absolute death of a project, I would swear my allegiance right now. For this contest you need a coordinating garment that also showcases those pantone colors and the silk charmeuse that I lined the leather jacket with is a perfect match!
So, if I were actually entering the contest and wanted to pick a project to condemn a garment, I would pic a relatively new Style Arc pattern like Style Arc Patsy top with that lovely flounce. I would cut it on the bias since its a woven being forced into a pattern for knits.
That is if I were entering the contest which always jinxes my sewing, but I'm not so I won't!
The discussion is over, until I get the garments finished at least, then I might mention it again.
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