So I love my sewing class. I am actually shocked because it's WAY more tedious than I thought and takes patience. I really don't have that (work in progress), so the fact that I am still enamoured with the action of sewing is a big deal for me (patting myself on the back).
I picked out a pattern and fabric, both of which I love. What I didn't love was the $28 ticket the parking police gave me in front of the fabric store for not having a license plate on the front of my car. Needless to say the Berkeley parking department is on my list of people to throw eggs at.
Now, back to the task as hand. After selecting the pattern and the fabric, you cut out the appropriate pieces for the style you are going to make. Highlight your size, iron the fabric and the pattern (make sure you lower the setting for the fabric pieces. Burnt pattern pieces are no bueno), pin it and cut the pieces out.
Well, after class 2, that is where I'm at. Next class, SEWING!!! I can't wait to put it together. I forecast a little cursing and maybe sewing some things backwards. Of course I will share the good, bad and the ugly (ugly is going a little far, but I would mess up the saying if I left it out).
Any tips before my next class?