If you sew a coat, the weather will be unseasonably warm.
If you sew a summer top, the weather will be unseasonably cold.
If you sew a full skirt, a crazy windstorm will arise.
All sewing of silk or pretty summer clothes will result in rain.
So, in the terribly changeable Wellington spring weather, what’s a seamstress to make?
“So, in the terribly changeable Wellington spring weather, what’s a seamstress to make?”
A summer raincoat. 🙂 But that wouldn’t be much fun, would it?
Ones suitable for all weather. Then while the weather is busy trying to figure out how to respond to that, you can sneak in while it’s not watching and make whatever you want!
Joie, I think the weather heard you ahead of time! It would take an awful lot of hatpins to keep a hat on today! I’m afraid my whole house is going to be swept away on the wind!
@Catherine. No, not fun 😉 I’m thinking maybe a tunic dress that I plan to wear over tights but that could be worn on its own.