Added May 5, 2012
The dress (especially it’s simple elegance and the clear lines) won my heart in the first second.
This is the Maestro who created it. Gilles Dufour.
The design is from the Patrones Nr.225, Oktober 2004.
Now the time has come, after I worked on this dress for one year. Actually I sewed it twice, I remade every single seam.
Patrones’ patterns were not very good, that’s why I used Japanese basic constructions to change them.
You can visit my blog for more details and pictures of the execution.
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