Saturday, May 8, 2010


When you can sew, you become very popular in your community when a play is being produced on a tight budget.

I was asked to sew a child's fairy costume. It consisted of a layered skirt and a top. Being thrifty, I lengthened the top and after the play, the child can use it as a sundress. It was an easy fun pattern to do.

I got up at 6 am on Saturday to get it done before Mother's Day, so on that day, I could quilt. I am hoping my husband is going to give me some uninterrupted 'me time' on Sunday.


TerryLynnJohnson said...

that's what Mother's day is for!

Love the dress! Way to go. And love your new Gallery! Blog is really looking great.

C said...

Woot! Woot! I had no idea you were doing sweet little Tinkerbell's costume! Apparently, the adult fairies have beautiful costumes! I only saw the skirt part. We're having a blast with rehearsals. Can't wait until opening night!! Which night are you coming to watch?

C said...

BTW, we had our theatre workshop on Sunday (1:30 ~ 9PM) and Tinkerbell was there! She looked AMAZING in her costume! Excellent job, Jackie!!