This is what he was setting up for a collection. It has the fabric samples. All numbered for a runway show.
This is a very old (medival) coat to show what was being done a very long time ago. The buttons are super embroidered!
Enid and I were drooling over the dresses and designs! This display brought in more people into the Bowes than any other show. I'm not surprised! But it seems that the museum was.
I'm trying to catch up with so many things around here. First day with no rain, so I weeded beside the driveway for hours. My hands hurt so badly, that no sewing today! I did sit and quilt at the frame yesterday! I didn't realize how much I have missed it during the vacation. Need more smaller pieces to carry around with me!
So if that Yves St. Lauren could do all those wonderful things, so can you! Get in there and have some fun. I work in a series once in a while to just try different things. What if you change out some part, or add in something else. You never know until you get in there and start to cut!