The 3rd week of Project run&play go for the theme "Mad for Plaid"...
Talking about someone who MAD for plaid, let's check my fabrics IN MY STASH.
|A little collection of plaid from my sewing corner|
|Plaid with her favorite color|
|I flip this pattern to my hand smocking plaid dress|
|Hand smocking details, this technique called weaven basket smocking in mom's book.|
|The finish work was such a reward for me.|
|The dress has buttons closure along the back|
At the moment, the girl did enjoy to wear this with rain boots to play out after raining.
This week on project run & play, you will found A LOT of incredible plaid outfits both from designer here and from sew-along pool here. Let's check them out.
Thanks for stopping by, I would love to hear from you!
P.S. My plaid collections are the Thai traditional handwoven plaid called "Pa-kao-ma"
Pha-kao-ma is a basic stable piece in Thai's household. It is a multipurpose garment. Used as a towel, sarong, sash, carrying, wrapping and etc. in Thai culture from at least 900 years.
My ex-project with hand-woven plaid
|Pink plaid from Feb this year, before my blogging era/ The maxi plaid from The roller skate FLIP here.|