Added Feb 19, 2012
The last time I made the Ceylon dress by Colette Patterns I got such an applause by many (namely you lovely people!), however this time around I imagine a golf clap is in order.
Black just isn’t that interesting! (Well, maybe unless you’re a goth) but the uniform at work is “black”. Black black black. That’s all there is, there isn’t anymore.
Now although I love this dress, I made it for practical purposes more than just a flouncy girly dress to flit around the town in, therefore it’s just an ‘ok’ project to me. Now I can continue my journey with the quirky bright prints I’m somehow becoming known for…
More on ze blog! Now let’s test these hyperlinks, shall we…
Cotton drill, satin, piping cord, lotsa buttons
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