Added Feb 1, 2014
by Irina Schwab
As soon as I saw this pattern I had to do it.
I was reading “Holes” by Louis Sachar to my older son, and I pictured the teacher turn outlaw Kate Barlow .. just like that. The hair happened to be red :-)
I initially planned a plain colour frock, however, in the meantime, I discovered this very unusual jersey dating back to late 60s or early 70s. Older than I am!
Here is the result!
As described by the pattern authors:
“A pointed hip yoke and box pleat skirt make this architectural style stand out. This proper princess style is mature and original, perfect for understated elegance at a cocktail or office party. It would also look lovely without sleeves!”
I had to choose the buttoned version with button loops. I have placed three buttons on each cuffs and four on the shoulder. Simply because I was restricted by the number of available buttons!
Styled with tweed jacket & velvet accents, by Joules. Tweed brown shoes by Joules. Leather polkadot shoes with patent leather detail by Alberto Bertini. Leather satchel, Jones Bootmakers
Exotic prints and silhouettes combine for this alluring collection
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