I guess I know why there is only one other review out there in the blogosphere for the Victoria blouse. For the life of me, I haven't been able to put the fronts and back together the way she instructs and have it look halfway decent. I'm sorry, but I never thought I would call myself anal, but I suppose its true. LOL. I've tried 3 times and I finally threw up my hands in surrender. The points are just too acute and I'm just not good enough to accomplish it to my liking. Instead I have elected to applique' the front and back yokes to their respective pieces. I have the back done and am working on getting the humongous front yokes pressed so they can be applied.
I'm putting it aside for now. I've lost my mojo for working on it. Hopefully it will come back.
Or I can try one of the other knit top patterns I purchased and mess with it. Others have had such good luck with them.
Other sewing news to report is I attended a 2 day Linda Lee workshop at The Cloth Merchants for the Liberty Shirt. Her trunk show was fun and I took lots of pictures for inspiration. And guess what! She had an EMBROIDERED Liberty!!!!! How cool is that! You know that's on my list of sewing to do's. LOL. Linda Lee really is a sweetie and we all had lots of fun.
I'll report back in another post about the Liberty.
Another bit of news (I don't remember if I've said anything: LOL), 9 members of my OK in Stitches group are going to New York and we're staying in the Fashion district. We've going to tour the Koos van den Akker work rooms. Then we're going to raid as many fabric stores as we can in the 4 days we'll be there. It's been 25 years since I've been to New York. I can't wait!