Long, intensive projects are satisfying, but so are simple ones. I’m talking about projects you can cut one night, sew the following morning (or afternoon) and still have time to relax, to go out, or to do whatever fancies you after the last stitch is sewn. I’m not sure what a perfect weekend is to you, but some version of that would be in mine.
Along those same lines, I love my underwire workshops, but the soft bra sessions are my personal favorite. No offense to you underwire ladies! For me – I can’t speak for the students – I feel like I’m taking a nice jog through the day; I don’t feel like I’m running a marathon. Sure, a marathon is good every now and then, but boy, does it wear you out!
Last week, I made the sample bra for the upcoming bralette class on July 16. Cut and sewn in just a few hours, it was made with the loveliest shade of periwinkle galloon lace, lined with beige powernet for the cups and finished with matching periwinkle picot/plush elastic, all from Tailor Made Shop. I’m usually a black, white and cream gal when it comes to my lingerie, but this was a nice departure from the norm. Girls gotta go wild sometimes y’all!
There are 2 spots left in the class, so if you’re interested in attending, I’d love for you to join. It’s going to be an awesome day filled with wonderful ladies, sweet treats, lots of photos, and periwinkle lace 🙂