Added Jul 14, 2009
This is one of those things you start and then leave sitting around for a year or so before you suddenly get the urge to go back and finish what you started.
It looks like Azelea but isn’t, it also looks a lot like one of Satomi’s dresses, so much for originality, I think I must have been subconsiously influenced by Burdastyle all along.
I used my ‘magic seams’ technique for the top part to get a perfect finish.
cotton, cotton and more cotton for the lining.
no zipper, 2 decorative brass buttons.
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