I love the light installations here in Montreal and especially these illuminated teeter totters at Place des Arts. They also make sounds as they are played on.
It is so much fun to see so many people enjoying them.
There was a Christmas craft show at the maison Durable, vendors there were selling crafts made from recyclable materials, a Christmas Market at Place des Arts, with outdoor vendors of crafts and food, and the souk à SAT across the street from us with local craft and food and artisans showing their work. It is all very festive.
I am going back from the last post to show you the base pattern for the short trunk hose. I need to take out some fabric below the seat in the back, either by gathering or darting ( I am already into the fabric so I have to make it work from where I am at now)
This is the base, with some netting applied and the paned pleated fabric draped over top, and put together for a fitting.
I basically constructed an inner trouser base, and an outer trouser, and melded them together. I slip stitched the paned layer to the base at the fly front (yes I put a zip fly into these) I made sure the waist seam allowances of the outer layer turned down at the waist so the waistband itself is nice and flat. The two layers are then caught together at the leg opening. I need to make an alteration, reducing extra fabric at the hem/leg line so I will probably gather that edge on both layers.
Then I think I will face the leg opening back with bias as a finishing technique.
I am struggling with posting using my ipad, so forgive the short posts and any horrible spelling mistakes.
I will post a fitting photo soon.
Oh golly these are just gorgeous. Thanks for sharing them!ReplyDelete
Wonderful problem solving, using lines of zigzag stitch instead of trim to fit in the budget. This student production is so fortunate to have you working on their costuming.ReplyDelete