Why “Japanese shirt”? Did you use a pattern from a Japanese sewing book or something?
By the way: It’s “Auf W I E dersehen”.
Funnily, I thought you were talking about 32° CELSIUS at first. That would be a nice and warm sum…
Very nice. Is this a modern take on the Chinese Qipao?
By the way: Tying the apron in the back means that you’re a widow. I hope this doesn’t apply to a…
Ha! Well, Hopfen und Malz – Gott erhalt’s! (Hops and malt – May God bless it.)
Great costume! Bu…
Ah, I thought so. I have the same pattern and thought about using it for a non-costume dress as w…
This is sweet. What pattern did you use?
Well, thanks. Glad I could help.
Qipaos are worn in China, so the Geisha reference was just slig…
I just wish people would stop mixing up Qipaos with Kimonos.
Apart from this, lovely.
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