Added Jan 8, 2013
Found this slightly stretch unidentified fabric at a re-use center for a nearly non-existant price and made it into a summer dress. Pattern has morphed from an old burda pattern that I can’t quite recall.
The pattern of the fabric, however, has a very 80s graphics vibe, which is why it caught my eye in the first place.
*The girl in the photos modelled for the little vintage shop to which I sold some of my dresses. Hope she doesn’t mind some more illustrative use. Also, hope that the girl who bought the dress doesn’t mind just lingering about and looking pretty, as I forgot to add a much needed slit to the back.
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