Shift dresses are not my thing but this one has a great shape.
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Teal broadcloth was used to make Colette’s Laurel. More details, drama, and pictures on my blog: “The Enantiomer Project”:http://enantiomerproject.blogspot.com/
I used Vogue Pattern 8615 and a wonderful peacock fabric to make a dress for a dear friend’s birthday celebration. It is a versatile dress with a full skirt and 3/4 sleeves. You can read all abou…
Fall colors are the inspiration. I used Simplicity 2215 and the Sorbetto pattern. Fall in the south is still warm so this is the perfect transition outfit.
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Love this print and great construction!
I finally made Butterick’s B4790 — the famous 3 piece, Walkaway Dress. I choose a cotton blend for drape and did not line the outside with bias tape. You can read more in my blog…
The Colette pattern Sorbetto was used with a Rayon blend and 3/4 length sleeves were added. Homemade bias tape gave a pop of color.
You can read more at The Enantiomer Project…
Inspired by U2 and the green tie-dyed fabric I found, I used McCall’s M6741 to create a princess seam, flared skirt dress. The pattern was heavily changed.
You can read more here: "The Enan…
Colette Peony meets Cynthia Rowley (Simplicity 1873) in a pattern mash-up! Check out my blog for more details.
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This timeless style ties at the back and looks stunning at formal events
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