Eva, You are lovely but really your sewing is so neat and your fitting great. I want to make a perfect polo like yours! I love your wardrobe.
Most of the stuff I made was not complicated at all. Kimono sleeves made the blouses much easier! The jacket was the most time-consuming but Vintage Vogue patterns are so great that it was not that difficult to make. I did almost lose my patience with it a few times last week but wanted to push through.
I agree with all of your comments. I am getting ideas for new projects from all of the collections.
Luz Clara, I always correct the orientation on my computer within the folder they are stored. If you do it within a viewing program, it might just turn it within that said programm, not really changing the orientation. With my old windows, its a rightclick on the thumbnail and then choose 'rotate clockwise/rotate counterclockwise'. This way the info that goes with this photo, telling every programm the details about the photo (timestamp, size, rotation) is corrected (I think ). But don't worry about your photos being sideways - as I said, I watched them through your individual thread, and if you click on them, they show up upright. They are lovely! By the way, I find that painting in the background interesting - the partial sneak peaks look wonderful!
Ruthie - wonderful garments! Love the colours (even though we have different colouring, these work for me too and are my favourites). I would steal that blue trousers and the lace shirt of your back, given the chance! And together with the blazer, a great looking suit! A SUIT! Wow.
Wendy - the work you put into those pants really payed off! They both look really good. Now you have me contemplating about pink jeans - I have all those navy clothes, and when it gets warmer, I like to pull out my baby-corduroy 'jean jacket'- just the colour of your jeans. But as my behind is the biggest part of my body, I did shy away from having the lightest colour just there, until now. Seeing your jeans, it gets me thinking... How you managed the collection with a move and illnesses and college decisions and whatnot, I don't know.
Stephanie - all that fancy garments -wow! Its all tshirts and simple blouses with me, but you really made all this complicated stuff. And it looks soo good on you! The silk blouses, the pants, the jacket - Beautiful. And all this with a broken ankle?!
Last post by luz clara - May 08, 2019, 11:30:43 pm
I am a bit upset that the photos of my SWAP are the only ones that are not turned right side up. I went to edit them just now and I do not have permission to rotate them b/c I do not have permission to edit. In addition, Dragon Lady turned one of my photos to an odd angle, and again I cannot remedy b/c moving the photos to my own SWAP gallery locked me out of being able to edit them. Maybe this is my fault for not checking the site until this evening. I didn't expect to have this problem. I posted the photos the other day, well in advance of the deadline. Can you assist? I don't know what to do at this point. Luz Clara
Last post by Lisa Laree - May 08, 2019, 08:15:53 pm
Ok, I just realized I had two garments that weren't in two pictures, and I need to switch out a couple of photos. But I can't edit or delete...I get the 'you can't edit (delete) pictures in this category. Help?
(looks at photos again)
Well...I guess if you count the 'outfits' as shown in the 'everything all together' pic, those two things ARE shown with different combos, so maybe I'm good. Nevermind. Whew.