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Topic: Wrap around Blouse - First Post - First Tut!!  (Read 2077 times)
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Servilla
« on: September 11, 2007 03:22:52 AM »

Hi everybody.

(This is my first post, so I am not allowed to post pictures...) Angry

This is what I sew the last few days! I hope you enjoy it.

It is a blouse/tunic which can be wrapped around the body and a belt to fix everything. (Please ignore my silly English.. Tongue.)

This is a picture of the front... Sadly no details can be seen...

http://www.burgritter.eu/crafster/bloufr1.jpg

Yes, I can smile, too. ;-) I sew some elastic band in to the sleeves just over the elbows. It looks like puffed sleeves.  Wink

http://www.burgritter.eu/crafster/bloufr2.jpg

This picture shows a close up of the fabric. If you look very concentrated on the picture, you can see the wrap across the front (I don't know, if its explained very well...)

http://www.burgritter.eu/crafster/clofab.jpg

This is a technical drawing of the blouse. This shows the puffed sleeves. (I am a really good drawer ;-)

http://www.burgritter.eu/crafster/tuttec.jpg

And here starts the tutorial!!!

http://www.burgritter.eu/crafster/tutpart1.jpg


http://www.burgritter.eu/crafster/tutpart2.jpg


http://www.burgritter.eu/crafster/tutpart3.jpg


I made a PDF-File with the tutorial-pictures. Here you can download it:
http://www.burgritter.eu/crafster/wrap-around-blouse.pdf


Please comment on my project. If you have questions, just ask!!!

Greets from Germany!
Servilla
« Last Edit: September 12, 2007 12:03:17 AM by Servilla - Reason: Adding a picture. » THIS ROCKS   Logged
Aistaraina
« Reply #1 on: September 11, 2007 06:35:25 AM »

Hi and welcome to the forums! Smiley

That is a beautiful blouse, love those sleeves, and it looks great on you! That fabric is very nice!

Thank you so much for the tutorial, now I can make one too Tongue

Greetings, also from Germany Wink
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blueprairie
« Reply #2 on: September 11, 2007 03:33:06 PM »

Neat idea...I wonder if you could reconstruct an oversized man's shirt using this....
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Servilla
« Reply #3 on: September 11, 2007 11:20:52 PM »

Hi, blueprairie.

I think one oversized man's shirt is not enough fabric. But this worth a try.
If you do the belt out of other fabric it could be enough...

Greets.
Servilla
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