Unbeknownst to me ( I obviously need to get out and read the posted calendar updates) one of my designers was returning but only for a short period of time. So in the midst of preparing for the other designer who would only be here on three specific days this week, I had to drop things and switch over to the other show to get ready for fittings that I had though could happen a little later.
I only got one of the three fittings I had been rushing to get ready. Blah!
I got all three of the other fittings with my other show on Monday, and this is my table after coming back from one of them.
I also had a fitting with my third show which will be on stage first, so I am still trying to juggle that one so it doesn't get left behind.
Those beige trousers on the table were not a happy fit, I need to have a good look at what I did wrong there....maybe too many things going on and I forgot to make a change from the toile...who knows but arrrggh it bothered me looking at the photos later.
I was able to fit my corrected pattern for the waistcoat I showed you earlier. Sorry about the photo quality, but it was taken on the fly in the fitting.
We don't have a lot of time in fittings as there is so much to do and so many components beyond the clothes to be fit. That fitting included armour so the props department shared the one hour we had.
There was debate about whether we needed to make a coat for this gentleman, so finally it was Ok'd and I quickly put together a toile of a great coat seen below.
I am going to leave it here for now as I have to go and have a glass of wine and put my feet up so I can do it all again tomorrow.
Wow, what a pro! You quickly put together a toile?? That would've taken me all day, but admittedly it has been about dozen years since I made a greatcoat...ReplyDelete
Haha! quickly means drop everything else I am juggling and draft a pattern, get teh muslin twill, press it, then lay it all out, cut it, pile it up, then get a couple of people to drop what they are doing and sew it. Then I get it back, drape a capelet, cut it out and have someone sew that up and safety pin it to the neckline.ReplyDelete
It takes a bit of time, but with a team effort it can happen in a day. Depends on how fast I am and then how many people can take a piece of the coat to put together! :)