Added Mar 6, 2008
Livingston, New ...
Plain old yoke skirt. I had to make
an uneven yoke so that the opening
would be wide enough to put on-take off.
Adding leather suede trim and pocket flap
(no pocket-too lazy to do it) for fun, also the pocket flap helps balance the uneven yoke.
The yoke parts cut on staight grain, interfaced and lined with cotton to ensure
the fit and comfort. Yoke’s pattern was
trim on the sides about 1.5 cm each to ensure the fit as well.
lines to stop the frayness in the future.
Note: Microsuede really looks like real thing
and also acts as the real leather in term of
stretchness, once stretched, you can’t take
it back so handle with care.
Microsuede Duvet Cover
Suede trim (real leather)
lining fabric, cotton (behide yoke, polyester-
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