Added Mar 3, 2012
North Caldwell, ...
Entry 1 for the Vintage Modern Design Challenge. I decided to work with the Free Vintage Pattern “One-Seam Skirt” from Indygo Junction. I used a knit fabric and made the belt/cummerbund a separate piece out of woven material. This means that you could make a bunch of different colors and styles to change the look (great for traveling)! I kept the center-front kissing pleat, but added a fold-over knit waistband so that it could be worn a number of different ways. (I also made the reversible blouse as my second submission.) I hope you like it!
IMAGE NOTES (each set has 3 views):
1. Tube Dress
2. Maternity Dress
3. Maternity High Skirt
4. Maternity Low Skirt
5. Indygo Junction ePattern Image
Black Knit, Patterned Ikea Woven
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