Added Dec 15, 2011
Dress design inspired by floral designed turkish ceramic plate at the MFA of Boston MA. Dress halter top is made out of cotton and knit fabric sewn together. The knit fabric are seperate slits that are sewn onto halter top, and this is attached to the taffeta skirt. The skirt is short in the front and longer in the back. This was done for a Design project that had to be inspired from something in the Museum. The Ceramic plate had a design of a flower in blue and orange, and this was inspired by that particular design. I made the patterns myself by draping. It was very fun yet hard to sew together, but I think it was worth it.
Fabric: Cotton (blue), Knit fabric (blue), Taffeta (orange)
Closure not added yet, but there will be an invisible zipper places int the side.
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