As you may have gathered from my last post I'M EMGAGED!!!!! And yes, this does indeed mean I now get to make my WEDDING DRESS!!!!! In what world would I not make my own wedding dress??? And, because I'm crazy, I'm probably going to be sewing more than just my wedding dress before that all-important date.
That said, no. I won't be sharing about my gown, or probably any wedding sewing, until after the wedding. I *think* I'm going to try to write about the different stages of making the dress as they're happening, and then just publish them sometime this summer, once I'm married to this guy I'm clearly quite attached to. Best intentions, we'll see how it goes.
Meanwhile, I do have a few non-wedding related sewing projects happening currently, and I also have a bit of a back log of projects that need to be blogged. Since I'm currently in the early, glorious, days of being engaged and excited about almost all things wedding, I thought this would be a good time to finally share about something I made for my sister-in-law for her wedding, about a year and a half ago.
Her veil. When we went wedding dress shopping my sister-in-law got a pretty good idea of what sort of veil she want. Something simple in cut, just plain tulle, no lace, but very fluffy and attached to a pretty comb.