Over the past two days:
1. I need to pin the fabric to the paper before trying to trace the pattern. This should be a no-brainer and yet here I am.
2. Salwar kameez are really frigging comfortable. No, really.
3. Nothing de-stresses an 8th quarter design student like copious amounts of sugar in the form of Greek pastries.
4. Harvard Business Review is the opposite of boring.
And that’s pretty much it for the time being. I’m working on a stamp design for some of the fabric I’m making into a ghagra. I would like to embroider it, but I can’t get all that done by July 17. If I do the design properly, I should be able to embroider over the top of it. If not, then I’ll just get some more fabric and try again. It’s cotton, so fairly cheap. The choli has been patterned and I hope to cut it out tomorrow evening. This will no doubt involve lots of cursing, so it’s good that I’ll be working on it at home.