I cannot decide what to sew. There isn't much going on around here until after Pennsic, but there are quite a few events coming up in the fall that I am going to need new cloths for. Partly because I just need more cloths, and partly because I am (slowly) shrinking. Finally. Which is good, except that I can't very well work on supportive layers or really fitted things if I am changing shape, however slowly. After just 15 pounds none of my supportive gowns are supporting and they are starting to look a little funny in the belly area too.
There is also the Mary of Hungry dress I've been researching. I can certainly start on the smocking, and should have enough light weight linen to do that, but the supportive layer and overgown are both too fitted to bother with now.
So what to do first? Cyclas? Start the smock as an ongoing embroidery project? Houppeland/proto Burgundian? I really need to do something as a break from the weaving. The loom is almost warped for the Perugia towel (I can't focus on it for much more than an hour at a stretch) and I know the pick-up portion for the weaving is going to be slow going plus I really need something portable other than my current brick stitch project.