Added Apr 12, 2008
Bear, Delaware, ...
After seeing some of the wonderful creations from the pattern on here, I decided to give the Azalea a go after all. Figured I’d get more mileage from it as a shirt, so I eliminated the more fitted underdress and shortened the outer layer by several inches. I also made a completely different belt, wider and cut on the bias. (The second picture is just using a random belt that cinched the waist tight enough, but that gives a more realistic view of the fabric colors/design.)
a lightweight polyester satin, a polyester microfiber-like fabric, zipper
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