Added Oct 18, 2011
Pula, Istra, Cro...
I was invited to the wedding. Of course, “I have nothing to wear”! So I decided to sew a white blouse with a sample of Shingo Sato origami pattern (TR, Transformational Reconstruction) I am very curious to see how I felt in my blouse when I moved, or even danced!
This white blouse I did in two days. The first day I created cuts (that is brand new, not one of the gray dress). The second day I sew and iron. I think shantung silk is very interesting as a material for this type of cut.
The wedding will be October 29 in Milan and I’m very sorry that there is no prof. Shingo classes at that time.
well, I hope that I will not have to change the blouse in the middle of the party! Keep your fingers crossed for me!
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