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Irish silk blouse

Added Mar 28, 2008

by squirrellypoo

London, United K...

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Description

I made this BWOF blouse because I’m completely in love with this fabric even though it’s too cold to wear it right now!! Read more at http://www.fehrtrade.com/gallery/98/irish-silk

Material Notes

100% silk charmeuse bought at Hickey’s Fabrics in Dublin a few weeks ago when I was on holiday

Difficulty

Novice

Categories

Credits

Fehr Trade for the creation

Burda WOF 02/2008 #119 for the pattern

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    Mar 28, 2008, 03.03 PMby sicilia

    Wonderful! And it’s also my “x+1 next project” :-) I should change my name to xt1…

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    Mar 28, 2008, 01.20 PMby littlebutton

    I love this. I am waiting very impatiently for this Burda edition to be available in New Zealand. We’re 3 months behind here so I see all the beautiful creations and have to wait an eternity for the magazine to become available. This fabric is gorgeous and you could even wear a black top underneath if its a bit chilly.

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    Mar 28, 2008, 06.18 AMby akwa

    Nice top. This is my x+1 next project. Congratulations, silk is a pain to sew! I admire the precision of your sewing on your jeans, too.

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    Mar 28, 2008, 05.10 AMby miss-g

    Love the style, its so elegant and it suits the beautiful charmeuse fabric.

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