I am so happy to announce that I am now the Web Editor for Sew News magazine. You can find out more here on the magazine and all its sister publications. I am working on the web side of things, lots of social media, blogs, websites, maintenance, CMS etc. I must admit I do feel a bit like the fox in the hen house. I never imagined being surrounded by sewing, knitting and quilting people, books, machines etc and get paid for it. Over the moon…
I recently had a job interview and I was going to wear my boring old black pants, heels and a cropped jacket. Instead I finished up a skirt I was making. The outer skirt fabric was going to be used to line a wool skirt but I thought the print was perfect for the fall and should be seen rather than hiding as a lining. This skirt is lined with a grey creped back satin. The pattern is one I drafted myself, simple basic pencil skirt with walking ease, (no need for a slit), two darts in back, flat front. BAM.
AND, no lipstick on my teeth this time!!
Any personal interview stories out there that still make you cringe? Embarrassing wardrobe malfunctions that left you red faced?