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Pashie's Franzie

Added Dec 5, 2009

by Passiona Cottee

Sydney (Inner We...

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Description

A few firsts….
I had been gathering material samples from a local depot early this year. It is a community initiative that gives people access to industrial excesses. There are many lovely fabric swatches. I had been wondering what to do with them. What could I make? A few months passed and then… a vest, a vest! Would be perfect size. I searched on the web for a vest a pattern… and I discovered BurdaStyle beta. And since you’re here already, I don’t need to tell you how awesome it is.

- first pattern I downloaded from Burda
- first garment since year 7 sewing
- first fabric swatch put to use
- first button holes

subtle navy, black, grey check – casual with dark denim or corporate with black suit

black satin (reversable) lining – casual over coloured tops, high lustre satin for a night out

second pic shows I added panels to the back

Material Notes

Wool Cotton blend
Cotton satin black

Difficulty

Novice

Categories

For
Women
Garment Type
Vest
Style
Business, Classic, Preppy
Material
Cotton, Satin, Wool

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    Dec 7, 2009, 11.39 PMby Daniel Parker

    Diggin this! I’d totally wear that vest!… and can we talk about how much you look like nicole kidman!

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    Dec 5, 2009, 02.36 PMby ncn6

    Cute! This pattern is definitely on my to-do list. I like the vest over a sheer blouse look, too.

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This project is based on

Burdastyle

http://burdastyle.com//projects/pashies-franzie