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Monday, September 22, 2014

the end of hesitation





remember this fabric? it has been shuffled around for more than a year waiting for my weight to stabilize so i could fit into its narrowness;waiting to find a pattern that also fit into its narrowness and did not waste too much of the precious fabric. waiting and hesitating. 



yesterday i finally put and end to hesitation 101 as i found i could fit into this pattern and it in turn could be cut with minimal waste.












i am going to bore myself doing french seams because the fabric is light and the seams need special attention. either french seams or binding and guess what?

talking about boring i received a requirement from the bank that i needed to complete a w-9 form :(
being from puerto rico i've never had a tax number bcse we don't pay the feds. so it seems i need to go to the consulate and get whatever or a pat on the head or who knows what the situation is now.
this week promises to be enveloped by domestic bs. geezzz.




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1 comment:

  1. good luck with the domestic bs. like that pattern, are you making the top??

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