Added Apr 10, 2012
This was my second completed project as a volunteer test sewer for the amazing 1912 Project which is being run by the Vintage Pattern Lending Library. We’re sewing through the year 1912 of La Mode Illustree to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic.I learned so much while making this slip! I really enjoyed making my first muslin and am very satisfied with how well my final slip fits me as a result of this extra step.
To read more and to see more pictures, have a look at my blog write-up.
- cotton blend
- (cheap) lace
- vintage buttons
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