Well, here are a couple of things:
|Neckline embroidery completed|
|Kirtle hem embroidery, one triangle to go, seam guarding done.|
Then I found the most wonderfully reasonable linen source "down the coast." I have become a linen junky. Fortunately I already had enough light weight white linen to make a chemise/shift/chainse/ well lets just call it a slip. (Use your imagination, it doesn't take a very exciting photo.)
At this new source I found some hanky weight Autumn Gold linen to make a new kirtle with long sleeves that can also function as an undergown. More later on that. My focus has been things I can wear when it's hot to SCA events.
Now that other thing I do:
|Redwood - Work in progress, watercolor|
|Redwood giant - watercolor|
|Average pine cone|
|Comparison with redwood cone - watercolor|
Now wasn't that fun? I think I'll put on my kirtle and go out plein air painting. My family knows I'd do it, too.