Progress has been made on costumes for the school Wearable Arts competition. Krystal and her friend’s identical tops are still identical at this stage.
Luckily all the glue you can see below dried out clear. Working with glue turned out a lot less hazardous than with the hot glue gun.
Now it’s up to the young designers to decide what else to add to their garments.
I also did a little sewing on my other grand-daughter’s friend’s long gown. She didn’t end up with exactly what she wanted, no way was I agreeing to having anything to do with a 12 year old wearing a tight, slinky dress, but she was happy with the result.
My daughter-in-law is a saint, she has paid for all the materials in the girls’ outfits. And, no doubt, found a few grey hairs after a weekend of four 12 years olds and Georgia all wanting their costumes made.