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FOLLET BOLERO

Added May 25, 2010

by giunta

Reggio Emilia, I...

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Description

I got the original pattern from a XIX century dress book, i’ll upload asap the adapted pattern and the book facts. this was a first attempt as you can see from the photos, i used an old piece of purple and black synth fabric, lightly stretched.

Material Notes

quite heavy fabrics

Difficulty

Novice

Categories

For
Women
Garment Type
Jacket/Blazer
Style
Bohemian, Victorian, Vintage
Material
Coating, Other, Velvet

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    May 3, 2011, 08.20 PMby Graci-Heidi

    I like it! Thank you. I hope I will be able to make it :)

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      May 4, 2011, 05.58 AMby giunta

      it’s very simple, believe me! i hope to see it soon!

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    Mar 24, 2011, 05.51 AMby margif513

    What a great looking, versatile bolero…I think I’m going to try some old fashioned soutache braid. Thank you for a fantastic pattern!

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      May 4, 2011, 05.58 AMby giunta

      let me know about your attempts!! thank you!

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    Nov 29, 2010, 05.12 AMby Amy Palmer

    What a classy bolero? But I wish there was a picture of the back—it looks like the sleeves do something interesting in the back. Thanks for the awesome pattern! The chocolate velvet in my stash would be perfect for this!

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      Nov 29, 2010, 08.42 AMby giunta

      Thank you for appreciating! You’re right, ther’s no photos of the back, I uploaded this project long time ago and then I forgot to check it…but now I added the back pic too!!!!

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    Sep 1, 2010, 10.39 PMby cambra

    what size garment does this make? Thanks!

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      Sep 2, 2010, 07.22 PMby giunta

      well it depends from your shoulder size, but i wear it and i’m an italian 42/44, don’t know where you’re from, here i put some equivalent sizes
      FRANCE: 40
      SPAIN:38/40
      GERMANY+SCANDINAVIAN COUNTRIES: 38-40
      UK: 10/12
      USA: 12/14
      JAPAN: 11/13

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    May 26, 2010, 07.57 PMby kneesocks

    It’s very cute! just looking at it makes me want to make one. I’ve been looking for a top to compliment a dress i made last month. This looks like a winner! Marvelous job!

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      Aug 27, 2010, 09.34 PMby giunta

      thank you :)))))

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