Added Jan 2, 2013
Los Angeles, Cal...
Here is my version of Colette Patterns Jasmine Blouse. I made it out of a black polyester crepe de chine—my favorite type of fabric to sew with whether its poly or silk. The trim is made out of a polka dot chiffon. The blouse came together very easily and fits wonderfully. To see details about the bust adjustments and other changes, see my blog post here: http://amityoriginals.blogspot.com/2012/11/jasmine-blouse.html
polyester crepe de chine, polyester polka dot chiffon
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