« Cheater, cheater pan-fried trout eater | Main | It's the little things »

Thursday, May 08, 2008

Comments

jenB

Buy some fuseable interfacing and iron it on the inside of the dress. you can try carefully stitching the wound with some tiny stitches and then decide if you can stand it. You will notice it, but it will be but a scar.

jenijen

thanks, jenb :) that is exactly what my mom said, too. i have red embroidery floss, i think i will use that.

julia

no no on the emboidery floss. fine silk or cotton thread. You will thank me later..

jenijen

julia, i am thanking you NOW
xoxo

crockpot lady

you were fantastic, jen.
I loved seeing you in action.

xo
steph

Shan

You were fantastic, as was that dress. If you love it that much, consider taking it to a reweaver. A really good reweaver.

Here's an excerpt from your very sweet and confident performance:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ff5UMIwuXwc

jennyalice

I am so sorry about your dress. You looked great and sounded fantastic.

I have a silk shantung suit with amazing buttons and the perfect fit.. unless you are trying to exit a taxi after a bottle of champagne...rriiiip.

It hangs, dry cleaned and scarred for life in my closet. I have been immobilized by the damage for about 6 years.. congrats to you for fixing your dress so quickly.

Kimber Lawrence

Jen, had I been in town I would have been in the front row. And so sorry about your red dress. It wasn't that long ago that we didn't even have occasions to dress up, so I know just how important that red dress is.
Miss you so much!
Kimber

The comments to this entry are closed.

photos

  • flickr
    www.flickr.com

stats by


Blog powered by Typepad
Member since 03/2004

Blogroll!