>Two steps forward, one step back- but at least I finally have the sleeves set! I did add a little padding to the sleeve cap to give it volume, but after seeing it on the form I think I’ll take it out. I’m pretty happy with it, even though it’s being a complete bear! Mostly lining to finish now plus buttons and buttonholes. Our event is two weeks from tomorrow and I still don’t have his vest finished or a gown for myself!
LaurenJanuary 8, 2010 at 7:58 pm (13 years ago)
>It's looking great. Yes, men's frock coats have to be the hardest thing to make. Aaron's coats just about kill me. The good thing is that they do get easier each time you make one.
reillyJanuary 8, 2010 at 10:12 pm (13 years ago)
>Wow! Good luck finishing it, I hope you get everything you want done in time. :)
Robin's Egg BleuJanuary 9, 2010 at 1:12 am (13 years ago)
>It's looking fabulous and I can't wait to see it done! You're a brave woman to tackle that coat!
Wearing HistoryJanuary 9, 2010 at 7:18 pm (13 years ago)
>Thanks, gals! We'll see… I already started looking through my books for inspiration for my frock. I am much more looking foward to playing with silk than doing lining. Booooring!At least the tails have been secured. Lining, buttonholes, pocketflaps, and I'm done! Yay!
Laurel AnnJanuary 9, 2010 at 9:08 pm (13 years ago)
>Wow – such talent. I can't even sew a button on! Whoever gets to be Mr. Darcy in this Regency tailcoat is one lucky fella.
The DreamstressJanuary 9, 2010 at 11:35 pm (13 years ago)
>It's looking fabulous!
prashantJanuary 11, 2010 at 2:25 pm (13 years ago)
>I hope you get everything you want done in time. Work from home India