Here is my new Autumn pinafore. A fine smooth cord pinafore from a pattern in Ottobre magazine. The whole thing cost me £3.75 and I have taken my time working hour by hour
I am having a photo shoot with Little M who is 3. "I am nearly 4," she says quickly. Hang on let me get my work tag off...beaded lanyard from Emma Varnam blog in case you are wondering because crochet can solve most problems in my life.
|The pockets are in the right place, I am just squeezed into the corner |
of the kitchen trying to get further and further away from her close ups.
|I really must teach her to change the ISO when the sun comes out!|
Bit out of focus but hey ho.
I never thought I would wear black and blue together - it was one of my fashion no, no's. I don't have many but that WAS one. Not anymore, the tights are a great match and I wore it to a meeting at work on Monday morning, it was comfy, people said they liked it and as Chrissie commented 'pinafores can be chic'.
Then Big Sis said can you make me a pinafore and Little M said I want one too but I think we might look like The Waltons all dressed in the same fabric! Thanks for looking.x
Yesterdays 1000th comment came from Jennifer at Thistle bear USA. Congratulations and thank you all for taking the time to give me warm comments on many of my blog posts, they really do encourage me to make more things. Email me your details and I will send you your thank you pressie.