What is a sarong? The ones my sister and I own are silk painted fabrics that are about 44 inches by 66 inches. They can be tied to create a shirt, jacket, skirt, dress, bathing suit cover up, or just a plain scarf.
Sarong as a jacket
(I tied the two corners on both ends to create arms for a jacket.) The sarongs come with a travel bag that the scarfs will fit into for easy travel.
Sarong in travel bag
I asked my sister if I could borrow hers for my upcoming trip to Jamaica. The silks have a hand stitched hem around all four sides. She uses her more than I do and some of the hem was coming out. Payment for usage was re-stitching the hem.
Repairing the hem of the sarong
While I had needle and thread out, Duchess and Misty Blues toy smurf needed to go to the smurf-hospital twice for stitching. The plastic beans fell out of his britches and his hat ripped. Our Dobie girls play hard!
I am an eclectic person. I’ve broken the mold for the stereotype of what an accountant is like (as an accountant with a very creative side). I LOVE to challenge what “always has been”. Let’s look at things and think about them. Is there a "better" out there that we have missed because “it’s always been this way”? “Live, Laugh and Love” is one of my mottos. There is so much beauty in life we just need to stop and appreciate it. “Dance like no one is watching!” because the music in your head doesn’t match what’s playing for anyone else. :^)