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Topic: Wrap around Blouse - First Post - First Tut!!  (Read 2424 times)
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« 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...


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


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...)


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


And here starts the tutorial!!!




I made a PDF-File with the tutorial-pictures. Here you can download it:

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

Greets from Germany!
« Last Edit: September 12, 2007 12:03:17 AM by Servilla - Reason: Adding a picture. » THIS ROCKS   Logged
« 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

« 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....
« 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...

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