Added Jan 6, 2008
Den Haag, Nether...
I made this white version of Sarah for myself, largely to try out the pattern. It was quick and easy. After this one, I made a Sarah in (woven) burgundy red wool as a present for my mother. Unfortunately, I didn’t take a picture, but I like that one better. The fabric is nicer and I finished all the edges by stitching on satin biais tape, ironing it to the inside of the garment and sewing it in place by hand, so there’s no visible stitching on the outside. I couldn’t do that on this one because it’s a knit fabric
thick white knit (I have no idea what kind of fibre, but I guess polyesther, it looks like a jersey knit with a lot of fluff)
Twists on feminine classics, like a bold patterned shift dress and pants with a racing stripe.
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