Added Sep 12, 2013
Lillian blouse – looks easy I thought. A bit of time required to draft variation but instructions are quite straightforward – however, wait unit you construct the back and front blouse before making the measurement for the collar pattern – as this needs to be taken off the garment and NOT the pattern pieces.
It may also pay to make the back a bit longer, I find mine a bit on the short side but still ok (no room to tuck in).
Recommended fabrics were for softer fabrics – but I used a cotton poplin and broderie anglaise lace insert and this seemed to work just fine.
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