New fabric shipment! I received the two wools from Fabric.com and picked up some things at Jo-Ann's. Oddly enough, though, this shipment of wool came in the mail before a previously placed order of wool arrived (which hasn't arrived yet). I must call Fabric.com on that issue. Anyway, on to the goodies!
First up, 2 yards of black silk to make a Swiss Waist
2 yards of 100% linen to line my pink silk Georgian stays
The plaid wool.... this is the most soft, wonderful, gorgeous wool I have ever seen. I absolutely adore it. It's purpley!!!!! When my mom saw this fabric, she exclaimed, "Purple! That's not period correct!" (As a clarification, my mother does not know much about historic clothing. Proof: every time I show her anything that I've made that's period correct, she exclaims, "Miss Scarlett!") Purple, in fact, is quite period correct. Just refer to my Pinterest!
This is the teal wool. I'm not exactly thrilled about it. It's of a heavier weight than the red and the plaid wools, which makes me hesitate on making it into a dress. The weave is also kind of funky. I'll have to ask for help on that one. If the weave is not period, I'll just send it back. If it's too heavy but the weave is period, then I'll sell it to someone looking for fabric for a paletot or cape. Sarah?
Here is my lovely, now organized fabric stash! Puny as it is, I love it.
It's organized by fiber. Here's the wools...
And the lonely linen. Sigh. Maybe one day I will find a sale and buy you some friends. Till then, you must stay a loner, because you are $15.99 a yard.
Finally, one of my favorite purchases! Little baby Ginghers! I got these because I need scissors to use at reenactments and I found that these are passable. I love love love the stork. It's so cute.
Au revoir, dear friends!