Dear Sarah (a.k.a. awesomest little sister - and yes, "awesomest" is totally a word),
I know it seems like I haven't made anything out of all the fabrics that you've brought back for me from places near and far but I promise that it's not because I don't love them. Sometimes it's because I have no idea what to make with them and sometimes it's because I don't have the right amount. But sometimes the stars are aligned I have both.
I'm ninety-nine percent sure that you brought this fabric back from India (forgive me if I'm wrong) and I think it's made out of some silk blend (but honestly, that's just my best guess). In any case, I had just enough (and we're talking just enough!) to make a shirt out of it. The shirt is made out of the Scout Tee pattern from Grainline Studio which I've made before, but because this fabric has absolutely no drape I opted to go down one size (to a size 6). And then after basting the sides together and trying it on I took it in another 1/2 inch because it still looked huge.
So you see, Sarah, I have actually have appreciated all the awesome fabrics that you've brought back for me and if you'd like to pick me up a little something on your current trip to Uzbekistan, well, let's just say I wouldn't mind at all.