Added Nov 15, 2009
I know most people were disappointed by the $7 price tag on the the Wenlan blouse but sometimes the best patterns are expensive. Like this one time I paid $20 for a vintage coat pattern. It was a really good pattern I promise!… anyway.
So when I saw the Wenlan pattern I saw it’s potential
In this variation I used the sleeves from the JJ blouse and omitted the tie collar. Instead I used some ruffling and I also did the same along the bib front, and I put a green button on the back
nice like mice!
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