Added Jun 2, 2011
On a fabric market my daughter bought a lot of that blue and pink fabric, so i could sew two blouses, one for the nine years old granddaughter (size 140/146) and one for the two years old child (size 86/92).
For the collars I used contrasting fabric: I made covered buttons from the same fabric. The pattern is “Farbenmix – Tomke”, the little one has a peplum, so the girl can wear it as a tunic with little tights. On the bigger one I omitted the peplum because I want to sew a skirt to wear together with the blouse.
Cotton, special buttons for covering
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