Like last week, this one is filled with a lot of little things to do instead of a single big one to check off except that I've been going to my studio for that hour in the morning and it makes all the difference. Even though "nothing" happens for the rest of the day, I still had that nourishing time.
In the earlier images, you can see how wide the shoulders are and in this side one, how high the armhole is. Ideally, this covers my bra strap and the chubby bits although I haven't tried the tank top on yet. It's a sleeveless version of a RTW t-shirt that I copied and shortened so I'm pretty sure it worked out well and I'm enjoying the simple sew and its present perfection. I'll try it on later.
The earlier images were taken in the upstairs hallway that gets a lot of natural but less direct light from the upper windows in the living room. This image with the sun stripes shows how lovely the light is in my studio. Right now, the temperature outside is REALLY cold with blue skies and sunshiny days that make for a lovely indoor feeling.
What's hilarious is that once it was finished and I went to Staples to print it, the machines were down but expected to be back up in an hour. I went back a couple hours later and they were still down. I went to another copy shop and they'd need 24 hours. I waited until the next day, went back to Staples, and the machine messed up. Eventually, two copies were printed, stitched together, wrapped with the other gifts, packaged and taken to the post office. Resistance again. I persevered. I think I won that battle.
How does resistance show up in your work?
Talk soon - Myrna
Grateful - finished LYM story
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