It has been an agonizing few weeks anxiously awaiting for the group #28 pattern for the VPLL 1912 project. My time has been spent perusing the various posts on the participants who have received their group patterns and have begun their sewing. There are some really wonderful projects out there and I hope you take the time to view them all through this website as well as each participants personal blogs. I have enjoyed reading and viewing the pictures of everyone’s progress and now can finally count myself among those that are actively sewing for the project.
This past Friday I finally received my first pattern via snail mail, the Princess Slip, and am looking forward to getting under way. I really wish my printer was functioning properly for I would have liked to have started this along with everyone else but…better late than never! I am going to check locally for a print shop that has the capability to print future patterns out in the large format. I live in a rural community so my access is limited and will have to travel further out for this type of service. In the mean time I am hoping to remedy my printer issues and then I could receive the .pdf files and construct the patterns at home.
I have written a post on my personal blog, Mimi O, that also includes the other goodies that I received last week. Please check out “Mail Call: Up Next the VPPL 1912 Project” for the additional items that I have purchased to assist in sewing the fashions for this project. They are truly wonderful!!!
Wishing everyone great success in their sewing endeavors.