Added Oct 17, 2011
Rapid City, Sout...
Not much to say about this blouse. The cover art is horrible, but I love the pattern, a classic example of needing to only look at the technical drawings. This is one of the projects I included in my Fall Color Palette challenge. It took a while to sew even though it’s a really easy pattern because school is pretty crazy right now.
This is a really comfortable and easy shirt to wear because it has built in kimono sleeves.
For a full pattern review and more pictures check out my blog Toferet’s Empty Bobbin
cotton swiss dot
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