We are developing what people call a “capelet” in English, but we are wondering how to translate the term into French. It is, kind of, French, but in French, we don’t tend to use the term “capelet”. One possibility is a “pèlerine”, but this is usually worn over a coat rather than a blouse, and traditionally incorporates fur. Any other ideas?
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NObody seems to listen to us when we give this feedback Susie, you have to struggle on …
It doesn’t look too difficult. You could find a normal straight skirt pa…
I have a Burda “easy fashion” E 971 tunics pattern. It might be it?
I guess that if you use them as a decoration (for example as “fake buttons” …
http://www.kentontrimmings.co.uk . Available at very good price 10 metres for under £10…