September 15, 2012
She was a bit hesitant about the muslin fitting for her wedding dress. White wasn’t her color at all, and muslin will never drape like silk. When she showed Tanya the fabrics she’d selected, a sheer, periwinkle chiffon, with a cornflower blue china silk as lining, she felt Tanya’s surprise and delight. They discussed the sleeve length and how long should the dress be: knee-length, mid-calf, or tea-length? How deep the v-neck? Somewhere along the line, she stopped seeing the white muslin and saw the periwinkle silk. No wonder the little girl recognized a bride-to-be in her pretty wedding dress.