Added Oct 18, 2012
Blush blouse made with silk chiffon, with yoke and gathers on the front, and a neck tie.
I am SO HAPPY I finally used starch to sew chiffon. It worked really well, it did not fray, and the fabric was not slipping all over the place. Once it was washed (inside a delicates bag, gentle cycle) and pressed, the fabric was back to its full glory.
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1 1/4 yards silk chiffon, starch, bias tape.
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