- anonymous writes, "Is the Anna Sui silk a panel 44" wide X 28" long? If so, I'm curious what you plan to make with this and how you work with fabric that comes in panels."
- miss twist writes, "Refresh my memory--RPL is rayon-poly-lycra? As I recall, you use lots of it. What do you like about it?"
One caution however, do not buy cheap RPL - you will regret it. It will pill, stretch out of shape and snag easily. I normally expect to pay between $10 and $15 per metre for a high quality RPL fabric. Also, be gentle with this fabric - it does not like high heat. So, iron on low and hang to dry (or put in a warm, not hot, dryer).
- sisidaboom writes, "But what will you do with the first skirt? I keep them around like little trophies of my defeat that drains my creative juices."
***On the sewing front, I have a few projects that I hope to post about over the next few days. I still have a dress, a skirt and a top to show y'all. None of these garments are a part of my wardrobe plan, but when inspiration strikes, it is not mine to question why!