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Saturday updates..

 It's been three weeks already? My how times flies! I guess time waits for no one, right? Well, I have  to say that I have been sewing and ordering fabrics, and patterns and more patterns(I love patterns). I've been like so many of you sewist trying to get my "Spring Board" together. I believe I've been hit by the floral bug. I dunno but I am in like love with florals this season, and it doesn't help that I've been seeing that trend everywhere lately. 



I ordered fabric for this dress of course floral. I am hoping to get that effect that I have envisioned in my mind, instead what in the heck was she thinking lol!


Now I love the pants, but I don't believe I have enough guts to pair the two together although I know there are some
Divas who could totally rock the combo together and look fierce! 
  It's the rainy season here in Japan, and to boot it is still freezing! Hopefully, soon it will warm up and the sun will shine, so that  I can get photos of some of the items I have started for my Spring sewing. I have just about completed S2512 a skirt and now probably within a day or two hope to have B5211 finished.  Just looking for a couple of quick sews sometimes you know! Well, Divas that's all for now enjoy your weekend! Be blessed and nothin' less and continue to stay fearlessly fierce!

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  1. Thanks for letting me know that florals are in!! I think the styles you picked are cute, and will work well with the pattern you've chosen. Looking forward to seeing it come together!

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  2. Thanks Vanessa! I'm loving this seasons floral trend...

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  3. Some of those prints are gorgeous... but the pants at the bottom remind me of a pair that I had in high school. My, does that make me feel old!

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    1. I agree meli88a that some of the prints are gorgeous! I've never that I can remember had pair of floral pants, but think I would wear them now!

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