As things seem to go in life, when it rains, it pours. My DH has had health issues for a long time, and Saturday morning, he suffered a stroke. On one of the worst, snowy, bad road days we've had until today. It was a small stroke, a TIA, I believe it is called. It affected his eyes, so that he has double vision, which has caused him to lose his equilibrium. He is home from the hospital and recuperating. The doctors believe his vision will return to normal in time, and he will get corrective lenses. Until then, he does need help and I can't leave him alone.
Today, I found some time to work on my next JAM. It's B5567.
I'm making View D, in the lower right corner. It's unstructured and although supposed to be unlined, I am adding a lining. The fabric is an orange knit, with a "loopy" face. I got this fabric off the grab table at a sewing club. I've had it in the stash for a long time, never knowing quite what to do with it. I don't think a muslin is necessary for this jacket. There's very little fitting and the fabric was free, so I have nothing invested. Shannon made this recently, and I thought it was cute, worn with a long sleeve top.
Hope everyone had a good snow-day and got a lot of sewing done.