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"Spring Fever"

   I am definitely yearning for Spring, after enduring  a harsh cold winter in Japan this year... Probably nothing more than a little brisk air compared to others,who brave the coldest of the coldest temperatures...But hey, I am a Florida Diva!  So, I am ready for some sunny skies and warmer weather.... 

  I am so excited this year, with this being my first year that I am sewing more completed garments(read wearable) and less wadders.... And I have to thank the vast majority of my success to the wonderful sewing blogs, and Internet sewing sites  who share their talents and knowledge unselfishly with the world... And now that I have given my thank you speech lol...  Now, that I am gaining more confidence; however, somehow I am feeling like wow it's so many patterns, fabric, etc etc... what do I do!

   So, I thought  I would  devise a Spring sewing plan if you will, now let's hope and pray this sees the light of day lol! So, here is my first plan not sure if I will stick to this but it's a start... First up I have Simplicity 2560

View A in maybe cream or brown!
View C fabric something floral ( I think)
I have been meaning to get back to this one after butchering my hem while trying to cook and hem this before
Thanksgiving dinner *ahem* note to self don't try that again!
   
     This is just a rough draft of my ever changing thoughts so I am sure I will add to or change as the mood changes.. Well Divas that's all I have for now.. I can't wait to see your Spring looks and inspirations! As always Divas be blessed and nothin' less!   

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  1. Great plan!! I will be finished with 2451 this week sometime. I like it so far! 2560 is also one I have been eyeing. In K designs are some of my favorites!

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  2. I think you've done a marvelous job with your sewing and I'm glad I found your blog.

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  3. Vanessa I can't wait to see the finished skirt that you have planned I adore that skrit.... @ Faye thank you so much for all your encouragement! I can't say it enough how I LOVE that recent dress of yours it is FAB!

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  4. Really cute choices. I really love the wrap dress. It's been on my to sew list since it came out. Can't wait to see the fabric choices and how they all come out.

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  5. Thanks Lauren and I loved your latest outfit from the Me-made-march 11 so chic!

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  6. I've made that dress and skirt, I love those two patterns especially that dress, I hope you find the time to make it, you will wear it to death

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  7. Thanks Toya, I hope I can make those patterns too!

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