9/23/08

Plaid Frilly done

I finished the plaid frilly blouse. I am not quite sure if I made the right decision on the collar... Is a bit too much Peter Pan, but maybe I will get used to it. I will show the details on the sleeves and the collar pattern in the next post...






9 comments:

Colette said...

I love it! The contrast of the plaid check with the feminine details like the sleeves and frill - is just sooo cool.

Well done. I really like your jeans by the way.

Christina said...

I adore this top. If you ever get tired of it, just send it to me, okay? :)

cheryl said...

I think its great too! I want one!

Rachel said...

I love that top. I have not been liking the plaid clothing I have been seeing until I saw your top. Now I have to sew myself one.

Sandra said...

I like this blog!

paco peralta said...

Geri .- The end result is fantastic. you have a special grace to make avant-garde clothes. You need to see the book on "Vionnet," I'm sure you will like. And send it by e-mail some scans. It contains a lot of explanations for the patterns and techniques. I think it's one of the best books related to sewing.

My e-mail is pacoperalta7@hotmail.com. I assume that theirs is the one who is on the right side of your page. OK.

Greetings and see you soon, Paco

Emmanuance said...

I agree, the combination (plaid check with this cut) works very well. And I'm a total puff sleeves fan!

colour by number said...

I am into the blouse thing right now! I have a sloper and playing around with collars. I love your blouse! Yesterday I posted my ruffle blouse--I know what you mean about being too frilly---but I think it is a great accessory and looks fun! Love the plaid. I might have a go with it! thanks for the inspirtation. cindy

Tany said...

Outstanding!!!!