I finished up my fair isle sleeved sweater and cast on a cashmere and leceister wool sweater on size one needles for Mark (it's a big birthday this year, and he loves sweater vests and I love him) and I also swatched for a Georgetown for myself.....but I'm sewing, a lot!
Seater is Enrobed from Amy Herzog's knit to flatter. I' happy with it. The vest is from Knitting for Men and is very simple but the wool is so luscious to work on.
I finished this Marcy Tilton shirt dress with buttonholes and everything! I absolutely love it.
Then I made napkins because they are fast and easy and who doesn't love a beautiful cloth napkin!
I take two coordinating fabrics (from my friend JudiPatuti's selection at South Park Dry Goods) then I cut 18 1/2 inch squares sew with 1/4 inch seams, slightly rounded corners, 4 inch opening for turning, corners snipped off, turned and corners poked out, pressed and 1/4 inch top seam all around. Easy peasy and so rewarding.
Then I packed to get ready for a trip to Spain followed by a long time in the airstream and no sewing, so, I decided to cut out a Tina Givens Gypsy jacket and have another go at it. This is the first gypsy. It's ok, but the skirt is a bit poofy and the workmanship is not so good.
This time I'm doing it in softened white linen with serged seams. So now if you'll excuse me there is sewing to be done!