Added Sep 6, 2011
Port Moresby, Pa...
My last project with my old machine. This fabric had no drape, so the dress seemed to hang oddly, although it may have softened after a few washes and wears. However, I was really pleased with the finish of the garment, the entire bodice and facing has been done enclosed, so that there are no loose edges. I loved that!
Despite the funny fabric, I liked this pattern and will definitely give this dress another go.
Apologies for the “distant” photos, Himself took them for me as I was in a hurry and didn’t want to take the time to set up the auto feature.
African cotton, very stiff
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