At the end of June, I went to the extended Sew Camp at Carriage Corner B&B (which is a really nice place in a good, central location, if you're looking to vacation in Lancaster County, PA at some point). One of Gaylen's gifts to attendees was 3 yards of fabric. She presented us with choices, and the group voted on one fabric out of which we would each make a garment of our choice within one month of the end of camp. This is what we chose as a group:
It's a medium weight fabric with a little stretch. There was a black border on each side into which the flowers in the center faded. Naturally, I chose to make a dress; for me, what other choice is there, really? If you look carefully, you might be able to just pick it out of the things hanging here.
Carolyn of Diary of a Sewing Fanatic designated herself the group photographer, and she was absolutely amazing. She made us laugh, and got some wonderful pictures of everyone. So these are pictures she took of me, in my challenge dress.
And if you look through the gazebo, you can see an Amish buggy turning the corner, hence the name of the B&B.
Happy Sunday, everyone!