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Marian Martin Rip Off!!

Added Aug 20, 2011

by ronnielee

Sydney, Australia

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Description

I drafted this Top/Muslin from a picture I sourced through the net. Designer Marian Martin circa 1940’s. I’m pretty happy how it has turned out, now to make the intended top.

Material Notes

1 mtr Poplin scrap fabric
25cm open zipper
1/2 mtr lace for the bow

Difficulty

Intermediate

Categories

For
Unisex
Garment Type
Blouse

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  • Ym_large

    Aug 20, 2011, 06.14 PMby yellowmae

    Love. This has given my some ideas! Thanks ;-) Making the top part sheer for example. I really like the waistline as well.

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    Aug 20, 2011, 11.02 AMby ilksen bahşi

    Smelling future time. Very very good.Different perspective.I like

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    Aug 20, 2011, 10.18 AMby MientjiB

    Very pretty! The front yoke is one piece with the back, so that it curves over the shoulders and ends up on a slight bias at the upper bust line where it joins with the front piece, is that right?

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      Aug 20, 2011, 10.28 AMby ronnielee

      No, the yoke is a separate piece. I’m going to make the back yoke separate also, mainly because I want to vary the fabric. I did a bit of twigging to get right. You could do it the way you have described though!
      Does this help or make sense??

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