|Mobile phone pic of people I don't know, waiting for a band to start. Clem thought the curvy bit above the stage must be a train track. This is just one of multiple stages through the park.|
At Womad, regular people let their inner hemp-lovin, Combi-drivin', hula-hoopin', dreadlock-wearin' hippie hang out.
|I did, at least, wear my Birkenstocks.|
Meanwhile, progress has been made on my next Negroni. Snail's progress, but progress nonetheless.
This Denyse Schmidt fabric is a gorgeous cotton voile from the 'Greenfield Hill' range. I think I will still get around to the Liberty fabric, oh yes. Let's call this wearable muslin #2. I have used Peter's instructions to turn the Negroni pattern into a shirt with collar stand and button placket.
|I'm proud of my pattern-matching across the front.|
|The back yoke is cut on the true bias, which looks a bit like a cutting mistake.|
I simply won't bore you with how many times I've had to fiddle, unpick, re-sew, re-cut etc to get this far. I sort of get cocky when I've done something before, and then it ends up taking twice as long. But here I am.
|Agh, my eyes, my eyes!|
- Jane x