I was in the sewing room, debating which fabric to use for La Junesse. I have a darker pink damask and a lighter pink damask, both about the same yardage and fiber content
(cotton mix), both prewashed even. I was laying the muslin pattern on each to visualize the bodice. The fabric patterns are in a different direction which could effect cutting layout.
Thomas walks by and asks what’s up. I explain and ask which one he likes. He immediately points to the darker pink. I ask why. “It’s more pink. That’s more you.”
I mentioned that I thought the other fabric might look more historically accurate because of the damask pattern. He said, “So what?” You look good in pink.”
That’s my honey!