Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Just so I am posting something


I have been working as much as I can. Monday was the first day I actually felt better and Tuesday/Wednesday saw that trend continue.
I finished this dress today in order for it to be worn at the All Irelands in Killarney in the next week or so.
I had a great time adding rhinestones, especially to the sleeves. The dancer looked lovely in it as well, but I only have pics with her face in them so I won't post any yet.

6 comments:

gwensews said...

Tht's a lovely dance costume. Lots of work in it. Nice job!

LisaB said...

I think this one just might be my favorite yet! I love the color and the skirt. Thank you for taking the time to post, and I'm glad to hear you are beginning to feel better.

Anonymous said...

hi! i've stumbled upon your work and was hoping that you can help me make that classic pageant ruffled skirt for myself...=)I really wanna make one for my daughter...Please email me at iloveplush@yahoo.com =) thanks very much

Carole said...

Lovely work, and while you didn't feel so great! I hope your health continues to improve. I know how hard it must be with work and family to get lots of rest, but please try.

Ivalyn "Tee" Jones-Actie said...

this is georgeous, how did you do the ruffles, fishline??? Please let me know

dressed2atee@yahoo.com

Thanks

Christian Rhodes said...

I know you are probably busy with others but when you have the time could you explain how this very neatly skirt was done? My email is ballerpup123@aol.com Thanks for your review, your irish costumes are elegant and beautiful.