Added Jan 17, 2012
This is a blazer I created for my Draping 2 class. It has shoulder princess seams, a notched lapel, three black buttons with keyhole buttonholes, and a two-piece sleeve with the under sleeve in a black fabric I used years ago for my Urban Explorer outfit. I made the jacket red for Go Red for Women, and I happened to have just enough fabric leftover from the Otoshiana Dress to do it. I love being able to use fabric I already have stashed. I rated it “Advanced” because I not only took sewing into consideration, but the draping and drafting of the garment as well.
Fabric, three 1" buttons, shoulder pads, interfacing
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