Added Aug 24, 2010
1950-talsblusen med små svarta prickar.
The 1950’s blouse with tiny black dots.
This spring I completely fell in love with the “Sencha” pattern from www.colettepatterns.com. It comes in three different variations and first out I tried the one with a keyhole neckline with tie closure and buttons up the back. I made it in black and white seersucker and it really came out whit a retro feeling! If you wish to see it, here’s a link.
It gave me a taste for more so I went on trying another variation. This project features the variation with neckline tucks and buttons up the back. It’s made in a light fabric, white with tiny black dots. The buttons in the back are sailor buttons – you know those buttons with anchors on them. To create some dynamic, the top button is bigger then the other buttons.
90 centimeters of fabric, 5 buttons and some interfacing.
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