Added Aug 26, 2013
London, United K...
I made Colette’s Sencha blouse using a grey cotton lawn with tiny polka dot print. The blouse took a while to fit as all sorts of things didn’t fit, including the neckline, the waistline and the hem. After making the muslin, I also changed the back button band design to a side invisible zipper to save on fabric. The leftover fabric was used to make the dirndl skirt. You can see more about this outfit on my blog:Colette Sencha Blouse and Dirndl Skirt
cotton lawn, fusible interfacing for the neckline facing, invisible zipper
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