Lovely, Cheri! What a feminine and flattering design -- the lace detail is just perfect!Yours in Christ,Shannon
Oh...I have a sort of feeling that I know where the idea for that came from. :) Cute!
Thanks girls! Yes Rachel, the inspiration came from what you were thinkin'. =) I'd like to try it again using the fabric that I have for myself.
Kristin's sleeves actually were long...at the trim they flared out and came all the way to her wrists. I just realized that you couldn't see that in the pics. The way you made it looks nice too and it may be more practical. :)
Oh okay! =) Actually, the flounce is longer than what it looks, but since I used "tall" lace, it appears shorter. The top of the lace is where the flounce starts. I had a hard time with that part at first. I had cut them 9the flounces) out the way I do the circular flounces on my skirts, but it was WAY to much fabric, and looked awful. So I made it with a curve, and it seemed to work, although I still want to play around with it. =)
Cheri, could you be persuaded to post a tutorial on how to make a peasant blouse without a store-bought pattern? I found one for a child's peasant shirt, but just am not having success with making one for myself with those directions.
Well Ana Marie, I could attempt to try, but I actually wouldn't know how to make one without a pattern. =PWould you like my pattern? I could send it to you, if you'd like! Simplicity printed a few years ago (not sure of the number since a friend has the pattern...) and right now they have a pajama pattern out with the top part looking like a peasant blouse.So there are a few options... =) Good to hear from you, by the way!
Thanks for your kind offer, Cheri! I shall be thinking of solutions to my "predicament" and let you know if in fact yours works best :-). Perhaps this is a good time for some creativity!
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