There is another online sewing tomorrow, Thursday Dec 15th at 7:30pm in the kingdom zoom. One topic that I will be discussing is in-person sewing dates and fabric recommendations. There is another Japanese Iris Festival and Equestrian event on June 10th. I will be hosting in-person sewing at my house Feb 11, 18, and 25 to provide supervision for making basic Japanese garments kosode and hakama pants or skirt. The kosode is the precursor to the modern kimono, and hakama are the pants with baggy legs. If you want to participate, you need to have fabric prepared and cut. At the December and January sewing circle, I’ll make fabric recommendations, and help you figure out the amount you will need. Also I can only host a few people at my house without running out of table space. So I will need to know if you plan to attend and if you will be bringing a sewing machine. I am asking folks to mask, but I hope to have air-filters in heated garage for a place to eat and drink.
There is also a plan to have sewing area downstairs at the March Barony meeting for folks that want to sew there.
For zoom information or if you have questions about sewing circle or in-person Japanese sewing please contact sewing (at) debatablelands (dot) org.