Speaking of my handmade wardrobe, I’ve been (with great difficulty) keeping this under my hat until I had a chance to get them into the shop, but my Fashionary addiction has expanded from the magical sketchbook — which accompanies me everywhere — to these accordion-fold, perforated paper panels that you can tear apart (or not) and work the individual drawings into other notebooks or pinboard compositions or whatever suits your fancy. As with the sketchbook, they’re pre-printed with faint dotted templates for you to draw over, and there are four variations now in the shop: women’s figure, men’s figure, kids’ figure, and women’s flat garments. Find out more and snag yours at Fringe Supply Co. Note, too, that if you were missing the interior shots of the fantastic new Taproot issue, I’ve added those images as well. AND! yesterday we received more Sincere Sheep for the Double Basketweave Cowl kits and more Habu for the Wabi Mitts kits.
As you can clearly see from these photos, I’m obsessing over my waistcoat — when I’m not knitting it, I’m sketching it every which way. My hope for this weekend is to finish it and sew that sketched dress to go under it! How about you?