This fabric is left over from a dress that didn't come together from a year or so ago. I love it, and I'm glad I could re-use it. I still have a little left ... maybe I can get a sleeveless blouse out of it.
I left the pockets of this version to make it (hah) dressier. It's lined in cotton lawn, which gives it a little more structure, and keeps it from wrinkling quite as much -- this fabric loves to wrinkle!
Can you stand to hear about another camera? I picked a modern one, to go with this modern pattern. The Supersampler is a four-lens camera from Lomography -- you may have seen them at Urban Outfitters or your local museum gift shop (which is where I got my first one) too. It shoots four image "slices" in the space of a normal 35mm negatives. When you press the button, the shutters fire every 2 or .2 seconds, depending on which setting you choose. There's a pull-cord that advances the film.
My Supersampler is probably my most-used camera, and it has evolved a bit over time. It started out like all other Supersamplers, making images like this:
But over the years, my original Supersampler has developed some quirks (and I have given it some too) and now I use it to take shots like:
... or this
I've also used my Supersamplers with other cameras (by shooting the film multiple times) to get stuff like this: