a touch of vintage

Added Jan 28, 2010

by sabzarap

Mainz, Germany

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Description

For this blous I redesigned a pattern from BWoF 2/2009 #125. I changed the raglan-sleeves into puffy-sleeves and instead of gathering I used a smocking technik. It took me some houers to smock the sleeves, but I love how it turns out.

Material Notes

buttons, cotton and a lot of time

Difficulty

Advanced

Categories

For
Women
Garment Type
Blouse
Style
Classic, Romantic, Vintage
Material
Cotton

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    May 6, 2010, 05.33 PMby mrs. mw

    simply ladylike… nice.

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    Jan 29, 2010, 12.50 PMby scheryka

    I am working on some smocking. It is actually for a wedding dress. Well it is for my wedding dress. I am already married but we had a courthouse and now I want to walk the isle since we can afford it now. (At least a small one.) Only the bottom part towards the trim will be smocked and maybe the top part. Eventually it will be a sweetheart neckline…If it works out for the good. :O

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    Jan 28, 2010, 10.10 PMby skimo

    Wow those sleeves are amazing! You are very talented! I love this blouse!

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    Jan 28, 2010, 10.09 PMby mushi-madness

    Amazing work!! I am smoking a skirt waistband, yes it takes hours!! So far its taken me about 10, and Im not done yet…haha…

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    Jan 28, 2010, 03.53 PMby carolinam

    love the smocking on the sleeves! Wow, makes a simple blouse very special.

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    Jan 28, 2010, 03.44 PMby anajan

    It is fantastic! LOOOOVE the sleeves. I’ll probably knock off your idea pretty soon. Did you wash the blouse after sewing it? I’m wondering how difficult it is to iron it…

    P.S. I’ve just rated it with 5.

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      Jan 28, 2010, 04.33 PMby sabzarap

      Thank you for your nice comment ;O)
      Yes I did and I ironed the rest of the blous, but not the sleeves. After washing you don’t need to iron the smocking, except you want it to be flat.

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    Jan 28, 2010, 03.18 PMby sewella

    Fabulous!

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