Added May 26, 2010
by Ophelia K
Here is my latest work. I know that I should quit sewing same kind of dress soon. It’s not so interesting that the result is similar to my previous works, plus I can’t learn much.
Well, this time I tried something I had never done though.
I added lace around front neck line. When I stitched front bodice and its facing, I slipped a layered of lace in between. Isn’t it “kawaii”?
The fabric may be more for children or teen, but I like it and sometimes we should remember girlhood wearing something cute:)
cotton, zipper, scraps of lace
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