Added Aug 18, 2012
Salt Lake City, ...
I have long admired the Liz blouse pattern and finally got around to sewing it. I made it out of a very light swiss dot batiste, which in retrospect, may not have been the best choice, as it tends to settle in my lumps and bumps rather than glide over them. Still, it is a lovely blouse pattern and now that I have established the fit, I shall make it again.
I blogged about it here – Kadiddlehopper
Cotton Swiss Dot from FabricMart, MOP buttons from Cleaner’s Supply, Pro-Weft Interfacing from Fashion Sewing Supply
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