Friday, March 30, 2012

OWOP Day 6: Still Sunny


OWOP pattern: Simplicity 3688 navy blue trousers made in a lightweight wool.  First blogged about here.

Styling: I wore my trousers with a blouse that my sister gave me as a present.  The blouse has a tie belt which I sometimes use in my hair but this time I wore it around my waist.

What I did: I got to go to Glasgow for an all-day training workshop.  This amazing building behind me is the University of Glasgow!  I just love the architecture.  In many ways, Glasgow reminds me of New York City--a mish mash of different time periods and architectural styles.  It definitely is a beautiful city and it doesn't hurt that it looks great in the sunshine :)

5 comments:

  1. I am so happy to have found your blog.  I have my grandmother's 1916 diary, written the year she turned 21, and she often writes about sewing her clothes or what she's wearing.  I've had so much fun blogging about it, and it's so fun to read how your blog adds to it.  I love all the clothes you've made from different eras.  http://starwoodquilter.blogspot.com/2012/02/calico-spools-quilt-block.html

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  2. I am so happy to have found your blog.  I have my grandmother's 1916 diary, written the year she turned 21.  I have so enjoyed learning about her at this age, and she often includes comments about what she's sewing or wearing.  I love seeing all the clothes you have made from different eras. 

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  3. That photo is gorgeous! I'm so jealous of your life! Also, I want to snatch those pants off your body. Definitely puttin them on my "to make" list...

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  4. I love the pants. I really must try and make my own. Yours look so good.

    And your photos this week have been stunning, very jealous! Mine have been taken in my entrance hall at home. The other alternate was my cubicle at work!!!!

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  5. those trousers always look so good. My envy of your locations is almost shameful. Great series Debi!

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