Added Feb 15, 2010
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This blouse is truly a work of art and quite a unique pattern. The ruffled sleeves and rippling hemline are created by various darts and gathers while the front and back openings both close with a sweet line of buttons. We made our Alexander* blouse from black & white polka-dot silk charmeuse with a matching belt (included in pattern).
*In loving memory of Alexander McQueen, a truly innovative and inspiring man.
Sizes 32-44: 1 3/4 yards (1.5 meters) self, 90 × 50cm interfacing, 13 buttons
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