T: "Christ sakes Mr. S, do you know I almost stepped on you?"
MS: "Why yes and do you know I almost sprayed you? In fact given that you are big,
clumsy and rather threatening looking, I might just yet!"
towards T ( who has moved away) in the dark.
T: "Now just wait a moment, be reasonable! I have no intention of causing you harm. I
I didn't see you in the dark. That's a pretty skimpy white stripe you got there after
t is backing away slowly, only to be tripped up by a couple of stupid barn cats. When the dust settles, t is on her back, ms is completely turned around.
MS: "I can't believe you, you insult me and then you called in back-up! To top it off you
you are all incredibly inept. I'm not even going to waste the short amount of time
to spray you. I'm leaving!"
ms waddles off, tail held high, but turns a number of times to make sure he is not being followed.
t sighs in relief, gets up and dusts off. Stupid barn cats meowing by barn for breakfast. End of scene.
Let's go to a brighter, happier place. Like the sewing room! Everyones favorite Butterick pattern B5365 turned out even better on this second go round.
The fabric looks and feels similar to a light wool, it has a homespun, almost rough and heavy feel, but is actually all cotton. I love this classic muted plaid done up in such a feminine blouse pattern. And it is as comfortable as it looks.
Rhonda even got to sport a turtleneck underneath. I have one more cut out in this pattern and then away it will go for a while.
I need white shirts and will be auditioning a new Burda pattern, #7136, a classic button down shirt. They refer to this as "vintage". Have shirts really changed that much? Maybe, I had to search high and low for the combination of collar with stand and back yoke. The added bonus will be if I can perfect this pattern, I can make some for my Mother. She almost exclusively looks for this type of blouse in good cotton shirting or oxford cloth and they are getting harder and harder to find. Couple that with her height (short like me!), and it gets near impossible to get a good proportional fit.