1: Making sweater with cone of plum-colored thrift store yarn (size 6 needles, lacey pattern).
2: Rainbow sequin/bead cross hanging - inspired by my frustration at the Methodist church for their recent decision. Our congregation is a fully inclusive one (reconciling congregation), so I imagine the fight will go on.
3: AC-style pansy top - only a couple edges to stitch on in the back out of the 22+ flowers, then a bit more stitching on the stamen. Sequins need to be added to about 80%, but that goes pretty quickly.
4: Matching skirt - not done at all! I did trim the tops of the skirt+lining, and have the elastic ready. Need to base the top edge over the elastic, so that I can fit the side seams.
Refashioning of thrift store purchases:
Wide-leg canvas cargo trousers, trimmed into hemmed, above-knee bermuda shorts. Comfy, but Jeanne says they are very unattractive! :)
Full length black, embroidered gauzey knit trumpet skirt with big, swishy godets along the bottom. I bought it to see if I liked floor-length skirts, but it was a bit too big around the waist and the massive heft of the thing constantly pulled it down. Uber-frumpy. So, I hiked the whole thing up to about knee length, re-used the elastic waistband after chopping it and taking it in, and took in the side seams. Was limited a bit by the point where the godets tops hit the side seam - that now falls about 2" 1" below where I started decreasing to the waist. It's okay, and much more wearable than it was.