Meri’s worskhop is still a mess after the move, the new clothing line should have been ready yesterday, the Cleaning Day yard sale has to be organized and a certain gentleman has come in for the fitting of his made to measurements coat.
M: Let’s put this on to see how it looks. Don’t worry, there’s no pins in this draft coat.
M: In doll clothing, there usually isn’t a back collar due to simplified construction methods, but how about we add one anyway?
H: Hmm that would be a nice detail to have.
M: I think I need to move the shoulder seam a little, what about the shoulder pads? Are they the right size?
H: Yeah but is my coat going to be this pink?
M: Oh no not at all, this is just the muslin – coat will be black as promised, unless you want to change it, now is your final chance to do so…
H: Okay well maybe I’ll stick to conventional colors this time… might need to think about the pink a little longer…
M: Please straighten your arm, I need to make sure the sleeves are the right lenght.
H: Unfortunately, I can’t. I don’t have enough articulation points.
M: Oh I see… I will try to adjust the sleeves to that.
M: Let’s make sure the lenght is right, you want it to be knee lenght?
A model for the “Urban Doll” youthful clothing line enters the room
U: Hey, sorry but the door was open and I…
M: Well hello, please take a seat I’m almost ready here.
The girl sits down and instantly starts fiddling with her phone.
M: I think we’re done, thank you for the fitting, and next time you’ll have the finished coat. Unless you want any changes?
H: This seems about right.
The girl giggles to herself…
…as when she thought no one saw, she snapped a photo of the view…