Added Apr 19, 2012
A blouse I made from a 1950’s Vogue pattern. I absolutely loved making this blouse and ensuring that the inside is just as clean and neat as the outside. This is actually a wearable muslin because it was my first time grading a pattern to fit and I wanted to make sure that I was delighted with the fit before I made it from some silk in my stash. I’m happy to report that I am satisfied with the fit, so a silk version is sure to follow (though it likely won’t be any time soon).
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