I'm sewing for autumn, although it's still sweating hot everywhere. Our Summer 2010 hasn't been over yet at all, but I am pretending that it's getting cooler day by day. Actually, we are having the hottest and longest summer in the last hundred years here in Japan, and it's kinda surprising (maybe I should say "it's funny" instead) that I am able to feel like autumn sewing, in this heat.
I sewed these pants in this pretty and beige wool as a part of my autumn outfits. I got a pattern named "Joker" at the sale that I mentioned in the last post, and used it for these pants.
(By the way, the 1st anniversary sale at TAMANEGI-KOBO is still going on and will end on 10th/Sep.)
I think my Joker turned feminine and not too casual, probably because of the fabric I used. It was a nice (but not too nice) quality wool fabric, and I love its result at all. I think that these pants look quite lovely, even though they look *technically* nothing special. Actually, I love it even more when it happens. I mean, it makes me happy when I see something lovely in "nothing special". I believe that nothing special can be special with indescribable reasons. *gasp* I'm so incapable of writing. Before I put all sorts of quotation marks everywhere, I shut up.
Hope you are having a pleasant weather.
Have a great week!
(Please do not notice I'm wearing my sis's v8581 blouse.)