Wednesday, 21 March 2012

In sewing news today...

Have you caught the latest fashion design related reality television show out?

I'm talking about Fashion Star. I caught the second episode last night for the first time. I can't really say if I love it or hate it, all I know is that I feel really naughty for watching this reality television show. I should be sewing instead of watching poor Oscar Fierro throw a hissy fit because he left behind his dog or something like that. Yea, I just felt really dirty watching all that overplayed drama with questionable dance music and Jessica Simpson shaking it in her seat. Yikes!

Just when I thought I forgot all about it, I came across this while checking out the Vogue/McCall's/Butterick online sale.


Why? Seriously, why?

I don't get why McCall's would pick up a reality television program's designs that are already available online via Macy's, Sak's Fifth Avenue, of H & M.

There was something new on the Butterick website that made me raise an eyebrow in a more favourable way, a new retro pattern.

I think this dress, Butterick 5747, is just the cutest! But I don't need another dress pattern. This is a test of my will power.

What I do need is to get to work on the projects that I have in cue. Luckily, I have a week off next week.

The plan is to work on my niece's grad dress before anything else. I just have to channel some will power and turn off the television.

2 comments:

  1. I watched both weeks. What bothers me, is that they keep repeating how it all needs to appeal to younger women. Why? Do we older women not wear clothes? Barbara had a gorgeous collection last week, but they said it wouldn't appeal to younger women. I'll give it one more week, but I'm not liking it so far.

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    1. So true about agism in these types of programs! I didn't catch the first episode, I might check it out again this week despite not being all that impress so far.

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