Source: Dover Publications (I think—dang, I can’t remember, but that’s the file in which I placed the graphic)
- I don’t care squat about sewing clothing during winter when you actually need them to keep warm.
- Pajamas are my daily attire. I have been known to ride thusly clad to the Dairy Queen with my husband (who is appropriately dressed) to get ice cream. My neighbors and friends (as well as Dairy Queen workers) are well aware of this habit of mine.
- I do not sleep in pajamas; they’re just for cleaning house, surprise visitors, or ice cream runs.
- In summer, I usually live in pareos (sarongs) that I wrap around myself in various ways, so much cooler.
- I don’t like wearing clothes in general, makes me feel confined.
- Do not EVER look over the fence around my backyard in the summer months! I can’t bear swimsuits either. All neighbors have been duly trained—and since I reward them with a constant barrage of food and they are essentially kind people, they comply.
- I do wear a swimsuit in the pool if we have guests and therefore have a collection of these necessary items—no need to frighten folks so their eyeballs fall out and roll down the street, thus needlessly scaring neighborhood kids.
- I like the “idea” of summer clothes.
- If forced to wear clothes, my choices are generally very conservative and boring.
This sundress was made using Simplicity pattern 2975.
I decided to be brave and pick a wild print. Here’s a closer view of the collar section.