Added May 25, 2014
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This was an entirely unplanned little project that I ended up squeezing in at the end of a day’s sewing.
It suddenly occurred to me that the viscose jersey I was working with would couple really nicely with some of the cream lace I had left over in my stash! I love anything that involves cream lace and although there is a large selection of lace ready-to-wear items available on the high street I find that they tend to be pretty shiny and synthetic looking more often than not.
I have already worn it alot and I have done a full write up with construction information etc. on my sewing blog the Little Tailoress so pop over if you get a chance.
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