The height of irresponsibility (Nose turned up), don't they know they have faithful readers eagerly waiting to read their posts? What could keep them so busy that they'll do the unthinkable? And I'd continue in my vexing until a new post goes up, then and only then would I forgive them. Lols.
Well today I am in those same shoes, and I have learnt the reason why blogs sometimes go "un-updated" for weeks on end.
Yes life, you sometimes get so caught up in the activities of your day to day life (I know I did/do) that blogging takes the back burner.
So to my hundreds of readers ( Only about five readers actually contacted me but I am prophesying hundreds and indeed thousands of readers "unto" this blog)...where was I?/ Ah yes, to my hundreds of readers who have missed my posts, I say a big, "I am Sorry" I shall try to do better going forward.
And to show how sorry I am, I'll be posting lots and lots of pictures today and less of words (Lol, the ones above don't count)
And in addition to that, the first person to comment on this post gets a FREE LACE PEPLUM TOP. Yippee. This is technically my first give away so I guess I should put a disclaimer and more deets.
- The top will be made to fit
- Winner will make arrangements for pick-up
- What else? Yeah my favorite, "Terms and Conditions Apply" (Just don't ask me what the terms and conditions are. Lol)
Without further ado, here are the pictures of about a quarter of the clothes I have made since my last post.
Apologies for the quality of some of the pictures...they are a "mismash" of pictures from my phone, Ipod Touch and Camera, some taken in the dead of night!
Lace top: I made this to attend a wedding...one of those 20minutes rushed sewing that end up turning out great.
Tunic: made this for date night cos I felt like wearing a new dress.
Next up velvet dresses. My sister and her friend wanted to "wow" at the wedding they were attending. And I was given the near impossible task of creating these extra long dresses out of one and a half yards of fabrics each. Whew! Many a sleepless night later, I was able to meet their expectations (I actually cried at one point during the construction of this dress...velvet is a pain to make)
And the babies weren't left out
I have a lot more pictures to post but I am already beginning to doubt if MTN will even "agree" to upload these many pictures
Let me leave you with one final shot of my journey through "Internet Modems"
Until next time, remain blessed.