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White Poppy Inspiration, a 1930’s re-visit

In 2005, I cut and sewed this gown from white cotton bobbinet, but I did not finish it.  Rather, it went to the bottom of a box full of fabric as I was in the throes of my custom sewing career.

I omitted the (lower) back panel piecing to make a nice multi-level and therefore, more dynamic appearance to the skirt.

This year I have been tackling those sewing projects that I started thinking about or began sewing YEARS ago! 

This Vintage Vogue is one of many such projects I have to share on Reader’s Closet.

I have published the details of this project as photo captions.  Enjoy!


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    EvaDress | | #1

    Thank you for your quick comment, Sewista!

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    PinkerPaws | | #2

    Oh my, this is so pretty! I love the vintage Vogue patterns and this is so ethereal and delicate. The details are a wonderful complement to the design.

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