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Victorian Jennifer

Added Jun 14, 2008

by maldrich

Travelers Rest, ...

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Description

I thought Jennifer looked like a cute Victorian type top. I really wanted to try it in Charmeuse, but knew that was probably out of my skill level. However, when I found polyester Charmeuse at Wal-Mart for $1 a yard I figured I’d give it a try! On the plus side of this project I got to learn to use my old Singer’s edge stitcher. It turned out better than I had hoped though it’s a little tight in the hips.

Material Notes

Polyester Charmeuse, Interfacing, buttons, thread

Difficulty

Novice

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    Jun 18, 2008, 07.48 PMby grafixconcepts

    mine is tight in the hips too…

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    Jun 15, 2008, 05.48 AMby miss-g

    It turned out beautiful in charmeuse. It gives it a romantic touch. I’ve been thinking about making it in satin.

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