Added Mar 20, 2011
Reggio Emilia, I...
brown, green and blue. i hate wearing these colours, and sewing clothes in this colours. At least, that happened until the last weeks, when i startes choosing from my fabric wardrobe blue fabric to make some tops. who knows why? maybe it’s the incoming springtime…
this is the first one i made, in a dark deep blue crepe silk, wonderful fabric, found in my granny’s attic.
vintage fabric, vintage pattern.
i took a basic blouse pattern, added some lenght (it reaches more or lett the half thigh), a central opening, fluttering sleeves, and 2 elements i wanted to experiment: the triangular yoke with darts, and the curling at waist, only in the front sides.
i think the dress came out very well, i’m proud of the patience and the precision i put in this project ;)
crepe silk, buttons
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