sewing for hot weather

24Sep12

Sun hats mostly. Other stuff is coming! For the most part though, I am chopping the legs and sleeves off of the clothes we brought.

I went “summer clothes” shopping before we left Vancouver (and even bought a couple of “summer sweaters”). Oh my goodness. I did not buy the right stuff. T-Shirts are too hot to wear… tanks only… or really gauzy stuff. So funny. What was I thinking?? I am working on a sun dress for me. And thank heavens the kids wear uniforms.

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3 Responses to “sewing for hot weather”

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