A Chorus Line

I took it into my head to starch and iron Stefan’s linen shirts – normally I allow them to retain their texture ahem but if we are walking the Hallowed Halls of Power again next week it might do to be a bit more formal.

I took such pleasure in it, normally I don’t spoil him like this but he has been working non-stop for the past three weeks and I was moved to act the little woman. Colour-coordinated hangers, then I couldn’t resist a photo while they aired~

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8 Responses to A Chorus Line

  1. Did you make those shirts?! If you tell me you did, I am going to feel so inadequate as a seamtress. I’ve made lots of things, but a man’s shirt I have not! They are beautiful. M.

  2. Sherry says:

    That rainbow of colors against that blue sky is gorgeous!!! If you made those shirts all I can say is bravo!!!!

  3. You have this amazing talent for taking what should be run-of-the-mill photos and making things look amazing!

  4. Stitchfork says:

    No stuffed shirts there! Great picture! Keep it in mind while strolling through those Hallowed Halls this week. xo Cathy

  5. Roberta says:

    Hi Tricia, I wondered the same, if you had made the shirts! I came across your website a while back but just revisited after seeing your mention on White Flower Farmhouse blog. I’ve really, really enjoyed my visit here! Website so well done with beautiful pictures and love your writing style, story and simply philosophy. Congrats on Rough Linen taking off as it has. Bravo! And, you’ve reminded me to work on perfecting my French hems! ha

  6. Miri Leigh says:

    Ah! I can feel the sunshine and the breeze. I love this photo.

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