Added Sep 24, 2012
… and blouse and skirt and apron are summasumarum a tripartite dirndl. Shortly before the beginning of fall begins the particular dirndl time in Bavaria. My 1st Dirndl, it is not that I had received as a child from my grandmother sewed for a family holiday in the Harz Mountains.
For the bodice had a barely worn maroon silk skirt crash ‘lives can’ be, the red linen lining was in the ‘past lives’ a long summer pants. Than orange jewelry edge a “Rose Ruffle” from wild silk was handmade. The ribbon was unprocessed 5 m long. Stitch by stitch, and Rose for Rose incurred Sun 1.40 m as an ornament for the cleavage. In the front there is a mandatory Dirndl-lacing. The back of the bodice is laced sides and there is a hidden and invisible hand sewn zipper. It is based on the section 118 of 9/2011. The skirt is patched from red-orange cotton fabric. The dirndl skirt was sewn from orange wild silk waistband are wrinkles worked. The loop I ‘befitting’ right bound. The white cotton blouse completes the dirndl. Dirndl for next they will definitely also sewed himself. This is now my textile debut in Bavaria.
Baumwolle, Leinen, Wildseide, Miederhaken
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