Added Sep 27, 2010
This is the next garment made for my fall line at Local Honey and this is my favorite! I simply created the top section from mustard colored wafflecloth cotton, and added a black skirt. Next I created more scale fabric from black, white, and grey tulle, yet had just enough to make a mini/shirt dress piece.
For this time around I tried to sew each scale layer separately at the ends, yet found that enclosing them in one big seam really might be the best way to hide the edges. It does take a long time to match up, but they look soooo good!
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