Pevensie #3 is done. I know, I know - you're thinking, "But there were only TWO Pevensie girls in the books!" And you'd be right. BUT those two Pevensie girls had about a million different costumes in the movies, so we had a field day picking which ones to make.
That sleeve in the photo was interesting to make. I'll show you the draft later. I did it on newspaper which I hope isn't in the recycling bin yet; it's always easy to toss any newspaper thing lying around because all newspaper - even sewing-pattern-newspaper - looks the same.
Also, don't be tricked by all that armscye ease in the photo. This is one of the heaviest fabrics (it's 4-way stretch but I swear it's probably more like 1000-way-stretch) I've worked with and everything dragged down and sideways by like 4 inches and the basic blocks were almost totally useless and all kinds of adjustments had to be made in all directions. After numerous changes, that final armscye is actually pretty awesome, if I may say so myself.
More photos later. Tomorrow is supposed to be a nice day (i.e. finally some sun) and we should be able to get some nice photos of the girls in costume. Meanwhile, I have three accessories to make - a horn, a leather pouch and a flower garland. And your doll pattern, of course. I haven't forgotten!