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Just call me Scarlett

Added Jul 13, 2010

by lonestarcasie

W. H., Californi...






This is a top I made from Butterwick pattern 5354. The pattern is made for knits, but I made this top from cotton (the pleats look all scruncy in the shirt detail pic cuz I was taking my own picture). The skirt is vintage barkcloth and was formerly a valance in my bedroom (hence the Scarlett O’Hara reference). No pattern on the skirt. I made a wide waist band and I planned to just gather the skirt but the fabric was too thick and stiff. Instead, I made pleats all around. It is lots of fun to wear and mostly fun to say I am wearing my curtains.




Spring, Summer
Garment Type
Cotton, Other

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    Jul 15, 2010, 12.06 PMby lucaltd

    I think they work really well together, and the skirt looks fab considering you used no pattern!

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      Jul 15, 2010, 10.10 PMby lonestarcasie

      Thanks so much. That curtain has still been on the rod in my garage for almost a year. It was about time to give it some glory!

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    Jul 14, 2010, 06.46 PMby learningnewtricks

    I’ve seen lots of sheets and curtains turned into some type of garment, but most look so-so, or still look remind of its original state. Yours, however, is quite lovely!

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      Jul 15, 2010, 10.11 PMby lonestarcasie

      Thank you very much. I like to think it looks Anthropolgie-ish. And I love that store, just not the prices.

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    Jul 13, 2010, 05.47 PMby fabricaddict

    Love your outfit! that skirt fabric is amazing!

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      Jul 15, 2010, 10.12 PMby lonestarcasie

      Thank you! An Ebay find like 4 years ago.

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