Puffed sleeve blouse

Added Jul 26, 2008

by Galadriel F

Leeds, United Ki...

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Description

After I made my gaffer tape (duct tape) dressmaker’s form, this was the first pattern I designed using the draping method. It was kind of an arduous process, but the bodice pattern is well-fitted and I can use it as a sloper for future creations. I found attaching the lining to be difficult and am not completely happy with the way that turned out, but I’m pleased with the puffed sleeves and Peter Pan collar.

Material Notes

Eyelet lace and white cotton lining with pearly buttons

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    Feb 15, 2009, 09.39 AMby katy-lady

    That is so awesome you made a duct tape dressform! I just made one a few weeks ago, and I love it! Great job draping your own pattern!

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    Sep 15, 2008, 11.13 AMby mmmrphs

    Love the sleeves and collar!!

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    Sep 3, 2008, 09.59 AMby pange

    Ohhh what a cute blouse! I love how puffy the sleeves are!

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