Added Dec 4, 2013
I was lucky enough to be chosen to test Rachel’s (from http://houseofpinheiro.blogspot.com/) inagural pattern, the Brasilia Dress (which will soon be released for free download). I love the style lines of this dress – it’s a perfectly classic shape but with modern details. To compliment this idea, I chose a quality, solid-colored wool, matching Bemberg lining and simple braided piping, to make it a timeless dress that I’d hopefully reach for for years to come.
I love this pattern and highly recommend downloading it once available!
(Read my full post on this dress and pattern here: http://msjennyhomemaker.blogspot.com/2013/12/finished-pattern-testing-ho…)
1.1yds burgundy wool flannel, 2yds Bemberg Ambiance lining, 1.5yds braided piping, 1 spool Gutermann all-purpose thread, 22" YKK invisible zipper
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