I started with a scribble dot. It is in shades of violet and red.
Here is part of the legend on one of the Ft Bragg maps.
This is one of the drop zones on FT Bragg. My husband spent lots of time out there back when he was younger.
This is more or FT Bragg proper. It is a bit hazy, but the colors are great so I will still be able to work with it.
I love this one of Hohenfels. The teal and brown are wonderful and even the repeat looks good.
And finally FT Lewis. Such a pretty place. We went up to FT Lewis 2 weeks after we were married. I was a cadet any my husband was a new 2LT. That was a pretty fun time, not that we got to see one another very often.
At the moment This fabric is just for my personal use. We totally copied parts of government maps, so I don't want to go to the slammer for copyright infringement. But they are pretty awesome, aren't they?
Hey there mom! I finally finished the dress. I gathered the neck hole, so it doesn't fall off anymore and I figured out how to assemble it without instructions (I have lost the instructions and the pattern for that matter). My mom cut the dress out while she was out here visiting and insisted that it be cut it larger than the pattern instructed. Well...it is pretty roomy, but I may fatten up over the long hot summer that is to come, right? Mom had me all paranoid about the dress being too small so I even added side bits. Now you may recognize this fabric...It is pretty fancy stuff Nani Iro double gauze, so I am going to wear it no matter what!