Have A Break / Une Petite Pause

Chanel junkies of the world, brew some tea, take an hour long break, and watch this.  It's highly addictive and don't be scared of the foreign language, seeing these people make magic is riveting in any language.
I'm not sure it's going to work for overseas readers, but most Europeans will be able to see it. Here is the website link to the documentary and a teaser if all else fails you can order the DVD. The video will be up for 7 days. Please report if this is or isn't working. (Update : I have embeded the YouTube clip instead it might work longer)
Don't forget your tin of sweets!
Les accros de Chanel vont vouloir se faire de thé, prendre une heure et regarder ce documentaire.
Je ne suis pas responsable des effets secondaires. Ces personnes font de la magie et c'est fascinant à regarder.
Je ne suis pas certaine que mes lectrices outre-atlantique vont pouvoir le voir, mais toutes les européennes probablement. Voici le lien direct au cas ou et une petite bande annonce, si ça ne fonctionne vraiment pas vous pouvez acheter le DVD. La vidéo sera en ligne pour 7 jours. Vous pourrez me dire si ça marche ou pas? (Dernière nouvelles : j'ai mis le lien de YouTube, ça va peut-être fonctionner plus longtemps)
N'oubliez pas votre boîte de sucreries!


I just purchased Burda 7517 (hot results here). It's another attempt at sewing Burda, which I invariably find difficult to sew. But hey! this one has pictures inside with their criptic un-spell-checked French instructions! So I am going to give it a try once again. 
This of course is part of my ongoing attempt to make stuff I wear everyday. But in reality, I want to sew this, from Chanel's Haute Couture collection.

Now where would I wear this I ask you? For, hear my lamentations here, nobody dresses for anything anymore, so I am always overdressed. Even at a recent funeral where I thought it appropriate to wear black when it turned out, nobody else was or, at a recent baptism where I was to become godmother to a wonderful little girl, in the green satin suit that you can see here in action, where people wore jeans. 

Oscar Wilde said: "You can never be overdressed or overeducated." I have lived by that, but really, wouldn't my sewing life be more fun if I was to make this Dior number in pink terrycloth to go to the beach instead?

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