Can you believe that my second term of internship is already over? I saved up some study days, so I have this week free, but after that, my third and last term is starting, and as it's even shorter than the others (12 weeks instead of 16, as I've been saving my 20 days of leave to have more time for studying) - I'll be finished by Christmas. Crazy, huh? 100 days of intensive studying later, It'll be written board exams for me, and oral board about 6 weeks later, and then I'm officially a doctor. Weird and kinda scary.
What with a totally free Saturday (bf is at his parents and flying on family holiday for 2 weeks, without me as I got the time off on very short notice) - sewing time!
It did remind me that I'm missing some me-mades in my wardrobe, though. I have next to no me-made skirts! Can you believe that? I've had some navy twill, destinied to be a little skirt, for ages, and almost set to make one yesterday, when I found that I only own two skirt patterns. The free Burdastyle Kasia skirt (which is highwaisted, a look I since learned doesn't go well with my figure) and the Colette Meringue. What I really want, though, is something along the line of Simplicity 2451 (of So...Zo and Scruffy Badger fame), but Simplicity patterns being rather expensive over here, I've decided to franken-pattern the Meringue. Which will take a little more time, but there you have it. I happen to have some this week. :)