Added Apr 8, 2013
Great Yarmouth, ...
This Vogue pattern has been lying in my drawer for ages and actually suggests using a satin or taffeta but I thought why not try a jersey. I think it has worked quite well. I used a black satin to line the top and as my material has a bit of stretch I didn’t need to add a zip. The idea for the black sleeves came from a similar style dress that I saw in a shop a little while back.
jersey, satin for lining the top part
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