Re: [SCA-JML] help!
- How about doing some patchwork...in other words, find some compatible fabric
(same type, maybe related colors) and use that to fill in in either place,
whichever seems to look the best to you. The you could even do some
overembroidery, if it looks reasonable, to tie the pieces together,
visually. That way you would have done something that was, as I understand
it, fairly common in Japanese art...you would have taken what was actually a
mistake and made it look like you meant it that way (cats, in their wisdom,
do this quite often!!! ;-) )
> I should have known better than to start cutting fabric at 11pm, but I
> did anyway and now I need help. I was trying to make a late period
> outfit and even found the perfect fabric. It's dyed to look like
> shibori. However, I was using my kosode pattern that I normally use
> as undergarments under Heian, meaning it comes to about mid-calf. I
> added a little but not enough. The kosode now comes right to my
> ankles. I have some of the fabric leftover, but am not sure how to
> repair the damage. Could I get away with adding some to the bottom?
> Should I slipt it at the shoulder line (no collar yet)and try real
> hard to match the pattern? Help! The print is so perfect that I
> would hate to have to trash it.
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