First - if you have any questions regarding my TNT patterns, please check out the tabs at the top of my blog under the header. In the tab, Popular Posts, you will find a post called 12 on a Desert Island that talks about my TNT patterns. Along with that, may I also add that I've been working with my TNT patterns for over a decade so they are no longer current patterns. When I use a new pattern, I state the pattern number and link to the pattern. I'm trying to be more consistent with offering current pattern choices when I use my TNT patterns to make a garment so if you want to copy it, options are available.
Second - My daughter, precious child that she is, reviewed my picture taking skills and made a few suggestions that I will take into consideration for the next time. I do realize now after over analyzing the pictures, that I need to raise the tripod. It's kinda low and higher would be better. I also realize that these aren't the best shots but I'm just so thrilled that I actually got workable pictures out of that camera!
Third - I am trying very hard to reply to questions in the comments section. So if you ask a question, check back later, I've probably answered it. BTW, I've written about a lot of things sewing in the last eight years. If you're a new reader, please check the blog index to see if there is a link there or you can use the search box at the top of the blog to find posts.
Fourth - the fabric arrived from Elliott Berman and I'm in love! Now I've got to figure out when I can get a dress from this luscious fabric made. BTW, Nancy you could use this fabric for a dress for Ojai, CA. It's not heavy at all, more like a light to midweight fabric with a firm hand. The lace is printed on. I didn't realize that but it doesn't bother me...just trying to give you as much info as possible.
Love the presentation - this is how it arrived!
It is a border print - showing both edges
One more shot of the fabric!
Finally, the Simplicity 3833 post will be up tomorrow on the Rosie Wednesday blog. I basically listed the alterations that I would make and hope that they will be helpful to someone else...so please be kind in the comments!
...as always more later!