Added Sep 16, 2008
First of all, I would like to express my compliments to JJ and her drafting skills. The blouse was so easy to sew. I made few minor alterations in order to adjust the pattern to my measures, and slightly reduced the puff on the sleeves. I omitted ruffles, and made collar, buttons closure and sleeve bands out of printed cotton. I will definitely use this pattern again.
LAST EDIT: This blouse was chosen by Burda Style team (along with creations of many other members of the site) to be shown on DLD fashion show held in Munich, Germany, in January 2009. The team designed and published a workbook from the show, and the last picture is a page from the catalog with a model wearing the blouse. Excuse my bragging, I was so excited with the show.
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