I am flattered to have received so many compliments on my dress making skills, and I’ve decided to share some of my best customising techniques here on the very pages of The Bunnington Post.
Now, as I know many of you to be crafty types anyway, I shall launch straight into some of my own learning to the amusement and education of my dear followers.
First: learn from my mistakes. I too suffer from my more clumsy moments, as evidenced by the following footage:
The lesson here is of course that one should always avoid the use of inebriating substances when customising one’s wardrobe. In my case this proved slighty impractical as the simple act of breathing in the spring air had an intoxicating effect on me!
Second, be tenacious. Here’s me getting seriously stuck in:
The important thing to remember is to always have an idea in your head of how you want your customised garment to look eventually. I’m working on some extra holes here which will come in handy when the weather warms up.
And third, don’t make that new hole too small. One might get stuck and one may need rescueing by a waitress. Rather undignified and to be avoided at all cost.