Added Oct 27, 2009
This is a Medieval style jacket I designed recently for a friend’s wedding. The bride chose her own fabrics and I adapted an old princess line dress pattern to create a jacket. The dress underneath was something the bride already owned (but wasn’t the right shade to match the jacket) so I turned it inside out and overlaid it with the lace used on the lower sleeves.
Fabrics: Turquoise silk, gold lace, pale blue anti-static lining and satin ribbon, Fastenings: 2 large hook & eye fasteners and ribbon lacing at back
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