Added Dec 14, 2008
this is a dress that to me looks very historic, sort of late 19th century. of course it is not really but the sleeves and the draping and the volume in the skirt and so to me it looks historic. ;)
i have no pattern to that so it is one of a kind. i put a basic shirt and skirt pattern on the fabric and cut round it and this came out. i love it!!
linen/silk knit fabric
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