Added Dec 1, 2009
Dallas, Texas, U...
I was always a big fan of japanese fashion designers, I love their sense of style, shapes and how comfortable the clothes are. As soon as I saw chi9wa’s blue camisole I just fell in love with it and I’m so glad that she shared a link of the website where I could go to download this pattern. So I made a replica. Although I don’t even know one word of japanese, it was very easy to figure out which part of the garment goes with another, they give very nice illustrations. Its very comfortable not only in a summer, it also looks nice on a long-sleeved top.
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