Added Feb 16, 2011
My first project – a Kasia – and I chose a fabric that was definitely not the best choice for the pattern. Oh well, it turned out really well anyway~ I also made the Afternoon Tea Top, though it’s hard to see in this photo. I used two layers instead of one – a thin teal and a black lace. In this photo is also another top, under the afternoon tea, that I designed and had a tailor make for me a couple of years ago.
Together they look great~
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