I just plain love wardrobe planning, there is something so very satisfying about figuring out how to make a chart or diagram to view the data. Over the course of the winter my sense was that I have plenty of pinafores, and enough knit tops to get through at least another winter. I am sorely lacking in popover dresses which are my summertime staple, and even more sorely lacking in garments for the transitional seasons, with springtime barking at my heels even as we speak:
|BLACK||INDIGO||BROWN||GREY||TAUPE||teal or multi|
|popovers||2||1 + (1)||-||1||-||-|
My stretch goal, as always, is to, if I have the mojo, dive back into an attempt at a woven top/blouse, button front shirt. I have a new pattern to try, the Cashmerette Harrison blouse, which is designed for "curvy" women of size, and has bust options up to H cup. Looking at the pattern, it seems hopeful that I may have better luck than I did with my attempt at the Tabula Rasa top last year. And, the pattern comes with a very thorough instruction book that covers a number of the details of how to successfully assemble the details of sleeve placket and stand collar for a very shirt-like effect.