When I say my move is "completed" I mean that my possessions and I have made it more or less in one piece from one place to the other. Almost nothing is unpacked yet. I opened up a couple of my sewing tea chests today make sure a few of the more delicate things made it intact, but otherwise it's just a sea of stuff in boxes. Partly that's because I feel kind of blah after the massive effort to get myself moved, partly because it's HOT here (people in actual warm climates may laugh at my definition of hot, but I am not good with even British standards of hot), and partly because alas, my kitchen is so far from done as to render the house presently unliveable: it's basically an empty room without even a water supply! So it'll be at least another week and maybe as much as two before I actually move in properly to my new house.
Sad to say, this does mean my sewing continues to be curtailed by move-related practicalities, but that just means I have more time to make and discard a million sewing plans.
Unexpectedly moved to top of my to make list: another Pauline Alice Carme, with some further minor pattern fixes. I LOVE the black one I made for the mini-wardrobe and I really want another one. After wearing it twice so far I know I definitely need to fix the sleeve length and I think it would benefit also from a small round back adjustment. I have been making so many knits that I forget that that is one of my fitting issues normally in wovens. I've picked a totally different fabric, this time one with a print, that I think will look great with this pattern.
And finally, one of my big plans is to make a chambray button-down. Making a button-down is a big goal of mine and I really want a chambray shirt. At the moment I think I am going to start with a muslin of Ottobre 05-2012-07, except without the colour-blocking. I spent part of today reading Shirtmaking by David Coffin and I am quite keen to try out some of the techniques he recommends.
And in addition to all those blouses, I am also keen to make some bags over the next month or so.