No surprise, but it's another coat! The highly modified Albion coat that I made for my husband took so. long. to make, but I learned a lot. Like coating-making sucks. Just kidding! It's kind of a love-hate thing. I loved spending so much time carefully crafting something useful for my husband, but the end result has a few flaws that bug me. I'm listing it as my biggest success because it took some guts on my part to even try it, and dangit all I finished it, so BOOM. Success.
Waaaaaaah I'm still upset over this one. This knit blazer wearable muslin was going just fine until the collar/front facing. There was weird clipping (in my opinion) and bad directions and meh.
Oldest stashed fabric:
This is embarrassing, because it's the same fabric as last year. Fail. But but but lately I've been using a lot of stash fabrics soooooo...yeah that doesn't make it any better. This is a home-dec weight fabric that I bought to make a poof for AB's room. I should just give it away because I'm never going to use it.
I got a fantastic order from Mood a few weeks ago. SO MUCH PINK! You're looking at mostly knits (of course) and the deep fuschia is stretch SILK charmeuse. And it wasn't all pink, there's some blue/white striped twill peeking out behind it all.
This is actually the same as last year, plus two (the failed blazer and this Burda top). I'm not into UFOs. I finish things.
Most worn item:
So that's that! Tomorrow I'll be looking back at my goals from last year, and making new goals. More lists!