Added Aug 12, 2012
allow multiple combinations for wearing.
1) The pattern for the blouse is from Burda magazine 8-2009, No 103. The fabric is probably crepe-Gorgette. I had the material should be 5 years in a drawer until I knew what it is.
2) The black skirt with a slit in the front is sewn to the pattern 114 from Burda 11-2006. Unfortunately, it is difficult to photograph black. You can see almost nothing on the picture …
Fabric – without spandex blend fabric.
3) The gray skirt become from waste fabric, the remains of a one pant-project. The skirt consists of 7 small parts and you dont need much material for it.
Pattern 127 from Burda 1-2008, the fabric is very elastic.
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