Why six? Because when you make it yourself, you add one more essential element...your own vision.
Saturday, 5 February 2011
I had no idea I was so ahead of the curve
This means that my retro vintage Vogue "Adele" in the cut velvet with the dropped waist tied overlay and possible beaded tassles will be very fashion forward, if I could only get the silk dyed in time.
In case you find my dyeing completely boring, you can gaze across our front yard for a glimpse over the fog covering Geneva and the lake of Leman at the Alps. In this photo, Mont Blanc, Europe's highest mountain, sits dead centre. It looks a little low to the ground because our farmhouse is already at 1300 metres.
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Great view, lovely fabric.....and I am sorry......it is most definitely...ReplyDelete
"Our Lady of The Sea".
Speaking from memory and experience....
mmm, I like blue a lot and when I want something blue (blue blouse, blue skirt, etc.)I have to make it because depending on what's in fashion at the moment, many times I can't find it at all. I think the dress is going to look lovely.ReplyDelete
i like to dye, too.. Your velvet looks amazing!ReplyDelete
Hasn't Boardwalk Empire been out for a little while? I'm sure someone was trying to get me to watch it ages ago.... Anyway I should go there...
Steph, I think its just arriving in the UK, so they're behind the curve!ReplyDelete
That is the view from your garden!? You lucky, lucky woman! The blue is beautiful by the way. Boardwalk Empire certainly hasn't reached Australia yet, but I'm happy to see I'm not alone in being a non UK based, Guardian site aficionado. Hope they never start charging us to use it. I'm a little bit hooked.ReplyDelete