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Thursday, July 30, 2015

One More Wiksten

I warned you this would be a week of Wikstens didn’t I?  I wasn’t kidding.  This is the third I’ve finished this week (and the last I currently have fabric for).  This is also the seventh Wiksten tank I’ve made.  I’m definitely getting my money’s worth out of this pattern!
This one is also made in Liberty of London’s Tana Lawn and this particular print will be great for fall and I’ll probably even get some wear out of it in the winter.  It’s a funny thing about Texas, the calendar says it’s fall, but it doesn’t really begin getting cool around here until late October.  It’s gets cooler (than the summer) sometime around mid-September.  I can always feel it in the air - it’s still hot, but the humidity drops a bit and you tell that it’s going to get better.  Summer won’t last forever.  Even though it takes so long to really get cool, we still like to pretend it’s cooler.  It is technically fall, after all.  So we put away our bright summer clothes and pull out our fall colored clothes, but really, they’re pretty much the same weight and same thing as our summer clothes.  If we’re really lucky, we might be able to toss a lightweight cardigan over something, if it’s cool enough for layers!



Blogger shortoldlady said...

Stunning! That is something I might actually make since all I wear year round is sleeveless shirts! Where do you get your material from? Stores or online?

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