When you can’t remember what day something happened, because you’ve been awake for too many consecutive days.
Person 1: Remember that party yesterday… wait, or was that this morning?
Person 2: I don’t even remember anymore, it was yestermorrow.Source: On-line Urban Dictionary
RUDE Girl stumbled upon The Yestermorrow Clothes Book a couple of years ago in a library search for garment re-fashioning texts.
I made a request for my local library to track down the book but unfortunately the book was not available in Australia. RUDE Boy searched on-line, and found plenty of copies in the USA. But postage and handling charges, to have it shipped to Australia were, in our opinion, too expensive.
This year sometime, I recommended the book to my refashioning colleague Bunny in Oregon, USA. You may remember her from the guest post on Rude Record here
Bunny immediately, and with enthusiasm [and cheaply!] bought the book on-line. And she promised to share some of its pages with me.
Well true to her word she sent me her chatty style blog post featuring the book, making mention of how RUDE Girl is now part of her yestermorrow book and blog story.
Check out Bunny’s cool book review on The Yestermorrow Clothes Book on this link to her blog which is titled after her feline friend Curious Orange Cat.
The Yestermorrow Clothes Book may be bit dated as stated here but it has all the basics required to refashion garments. I did try to find out about its author Diana Funaro but no luck.
Beat the Man and share knowledge on-line across the miles!