FINALLY MACARON!

Added Oct 26, 2010

by giunta

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First, I love the heart shaped neckine and transparent yokes. Second, regular clothes called macaron dress appears on this site, and as I didn’t want to spend money on a pattern, I worked and worked for figuring it out by myself. This is what appened, I also made another version that I’ll post soon.
Actually, I could also post the pattern, that is a variation of a variation of Lydia pattern ( you can find the link somewhere in this page ^^). I made it with cotton but it should work well with knits and jersey too, I’ll try!
I’m so proud of this SELF MADE MACARON, but please, does anybody know the reason of this name?? in italian it sounds just like a name of a kind of pasta and I cannot find a relation between the two things :))))
thanks for your help!

Material Notes

cotton

Difficulty

Intermediate

Categories

Season
Spring, Summer
For
Women
Garment Type
Blouse
Style
Bohemian, Geek
Material
Chiffon, Cotton, Blends, Denim, Knits/Jersey, Lace/Sequins

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    Oct 26, 2010, 06.19 PMby ghainskom

    Macaron is the name of a pattern from Colette patterns so you made a knockoff. The definition of macaron is given here

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      Oct 27, 2010, 07.51 AMby giunta

      :O
      I saw those sweets in the film Marie Antoinette :))))
      Anyway I sould say sorry to Colette’s owner for using her pattern’s name…
      Thanks ;)

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