|OOOOO! Pretty denim! Even prettier price (half of what you see here)!|
|A detail of the embroidery on the denim.|
I am pretty sure I have a similar weight denim to try the new shoe pattern out, before I cut into this pretty stuff. Stay tuned!
In other news.....my boss said I could post photos of the >ahem< project I was working on with the Sewing Assistant's "help." I'm excited, because the whole thing came out looking DASH! The client is Custom Candy Buffet Bars, and their website is here: http://www.customcandybuffetbars.com/#/home
Click there, and you can see what type of functions they go to - the finished product made it up to the American Idol taping this past Sunday! (Does that mean I can tell people my work was seen on American Idol? Alas, no - only backstage!)
|Ta da! The finished product! About 5 ft long, about 5 ft high, and about 2ft deep.|
|OOH! AAH! This is what it looks like lit up - like it would be at an event like, let's say, AMERICAN IDOL!|
Two of the neatest design elements:
1) look carefully at the striping. It goes from top to bottom, including the beaded molding at the top and bottom. But wait - there's more! It is also seen on the platform shelf (the second line of striping in the middle) which
2) pulls out of the unit completely, flips upside down, and becomes a slanted shelf with a stop edge to it. And the striping matches, whether it is in the unit as you see here, or flipped and inserted as the slanted shelf!
I love working with these people - always something interesting popping up! (Sometimes literally!)
By the way, that sucker you see inserted in the back, there? Was about 18 inches tall and felt like it weighed about 4 or 5 pounds - the label said it was 47 servings, LOL!
Hopefully at some point, a photo of the finished and FILLED candy bar will make it to their web site - fun!