PPR Challenge #6 – House of Cornish

This week the challenge was “Glamping”
It was so fun to see the designers get out of the work room. The schedule they keep is so not normal and unsustainable that you could see people regain their sanity. And lets face it, those tents MAY have been bigger than the tiny hotel rooms they are forced to share. Argh.

I had a “get away” of my own last weekend. And in all the crazy that is moving, it was good to be in a space that was a different pace. We hung out by the pool at a friends’ place in Sonoma. The air is dry, and the oak leaves from the live oaks blow all around. When I saw this fabric that changed from black to blue to fuchsia… well, you had me at fuchsia. Water. Or leaves. But transitions for sure!

Let’s head to the runway!

I gave myself the challenge of real sleeves. (strapless or Kimono sleeves are easier with a doll that huge plastic hands, and silly pokey thumbs.
I wanted a 50’s inspired neckline and nipped in waist.
It is an elegant look. I think the white means that it could read “day” event as well as having the glamor of a night event.
I think I am safe. But then again, Hammer pants won! (They WON!) so who knows what kind of head trauma the judges suffered. Those pants were an abomination. I am in Tim Gunn’s camp on that.

If you are not reading this post in a feed reader or at http://justcraftyenough.com then the site you are reading is illegally publishing copyrighted material. Contact us at justcraftyenough AT yahoo DOT COM. All patterns, text and photographs in this post are the original creations & property of the author unless otherwise noted.
© 2005 – 2013 Kathy Lewinski & Susan Cornish
11 years ago by in Challenges , Needlecraft , Project Project Runway , Sewing | You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
2 Comments to PPR Challenge #6 – House of Cornish
    • Lisa Paul
    • Glad Sonoma could inspire. You found better material than I was going to suggest. WE have some cocoanut matting, fence netting for erosion control and old dog towels that you could have used.

Leave A Response

* Required