Monday 7 May. My parents were still visiting so I took them for a one hour sprint through the National Gallery of Australia's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Art galleries. Have you need there? You need to go. It's MAGNIFICENT. Blah blah me-made Not Sorbetto top and crocheted brooch.
I so enjoyed my four day weekend. But I was super excited to go back to work on Tuesday. Can you tell? Me-made skirt.
It was going to be 21 degrees this day which was warm. Me-made Not Sorbetto frock.
Those tights are not pink. They are red. Me-made skirt.
Casual Friday. Me-made Not Sorbetto top.
Day one of illness. Me-made skirt, me-crocheted cardi, me-refashioned top and leggings. Regretting the combo of stripes and floral quite a lot now, but hey - I had a killer headache and I was thinking like a four-year-old when I got dressed that morning.
Day two of illness. Me-crocheted socks, me-appliqued top, mum-knitted Clapotis scarf.
Day three and it's starting to feel like I'm not getting better, but worse. I only got dressed today because I visited my GP- a nice man with a good sense of humour, but I doubted he'd agree to a consultation with me in my pink cupcake PJs.
Me-made skirt. Me-crocheted Toscane shawl.
Thoughts on this past week:
- As much as I bitch and moan about my boring skirt collection, I think they are still pretty awesome skirts. I don't see anyone else wearing them at work and that's always a good thing
- If it wasn't for sewing for the upcoming market on Sunday, I probably would have made 2 skirts for Cam's Skirt Sewalong by now (I challenged myself to make 4). But after Sunday night I'll be free as a bird to sew what I want.
- I probably need to stop being so hard on myself.
- I've come to the realisation that about 90% of the time I wear at least one me-made item of clothing. Cool!