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Discussion in 'The Powder Room' started by Lady Day, Jul 14, 2006.
The skirt is a reprint, Simplicity 3688. The sweater is from http://www.interweavestore.com/
The outfit is great Kamikat, but in an off topic blonde moment... I was thinking how your bed blanket looked like dog fur.... but then I relized it was a dog!
deadpandiva - so beautiful! The bodice lays perfect and it looks like it has just the right amount of wiggle!
DPD- That is a fantastic print, and i love the bolero (i normally hate them haha)!
It's this one from Burda, I made it using Gretchen's ( Gerties Blog for Better Sewing) on line craftsy course.
Thank you for the info DPD.
Annie, those blouses are really cute too, I love the stripes.
LOL!! The only reason I am laughing is because I've been doing stuff like this all week!!!
I have this one too in my stash - it's nice to see it "in person"!
Wow, so so beautiful! I signed up for that course and bought the actual magazine for the pattern as I don't have a printer, but haven't started yet. If mine turns out half as nice as your's I'll be a happy bunny.
SO cute! I love the use of directional stripes! Your versions are way cuter than the pattern illustration, imo
Thanks for the comments. Believe it or not, for the striped version, I used nursery print fabric from Joann. They just opened in my area so I'm going there every week. They have a surprisingly nice selection of cotton prints and I'm happy with the results.
It looks fantastic! You'd never know it was a nursery print!
And OT, but Drappa, I was seriously JUST looking through a Vogue magazine from '53 and saw the image that is your icon! I was wondering why it looked familiar...
Oooh, which issue? It is Dovima in Dior as far as I know. How exciting!
Oh Deadpandiva that is beautiful. What pattern did you use? it's absolutely stunning, and looks wonderful on you
Thanks Grant Fan. It's a Burda pattern. You can purchase it seperatly but I got mine with Gretchen's online Craftsy course. I never read the Burda instructions so I am not sure how much they differ.
A-line skirt in grey wool. Quite simple, but I', pleased anyway.
Very nice Isis! The skirt is very flattering on you- very lovely! If your picture was in black and white, you'd look exactly like an old family photograph. Your dog is lovely too.
Sometimes it's the simple projects that are the best!! I like your skirt and it looks great on you!! I really need to start adding more winter clothing to my wardrobe and stop sticking to modern pants in the winter. Love your shoes also and of course the pup!!