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We couldn’t find just the right lace for our romper inset, so we decided to make our own. After tracing a leafy pattern, we cut it out of doubled, stiffened chiffon, and then finished the edges with embroidery floss and a blanket stitch. This is a bit time-consuming, but having a little piece of heirloom couture heaven in your closet might be worth it!

Technique Materials

6045 Romper Pattern, chiffon, double sided fusible, embroidery floss, pattern making supplies

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    Jul 4, 2010, 08.58 AMby Kelsey Edwards

    hi, this is lovely :) just wodering if i was to do something similar with cotton cut outs and embroidery thread stitching, would the blanket stitch stop the edges from fraying? would I have to take special precautions when washing? it would be great if you could answer asap because i need my garment finished in two days lol

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    Jul 2, 2009, 02.50 AMby lisarie

    I like this but I can see it’d be time spent well done.

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    Jun 11, 2009, 07.10 AMby Lunagems

    Beautiful!

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