Added Mar 28, 2011
I loved the Susan pattrn form the start and finally got around to use it!
I altered the ruffles, hem and added a sas at the waist for a more feminine fit. I spent about 8-10 hours sewing, because I handstitched all the yoke lining pieces and finished all other seams with french seams. I TRULY and dearly love this blouse. So much, actually, that I’ll make a dress like this soon!
One of the few things I made for myself :) Now with pictures!
1,25 m chiffon, 0,4 m medium/heavy linen and the same amount for the floral patterned cotton lining
3 different kinds of ivory nut buttons
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