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Cap Sleve Dress

The dress is made of warm wool blend in one of my favorite dress pattern. Thisis the thirddressIsewedin thatsamepattern and I love it.

This is the 5th dress with the same pattern. This time in red.

Put some color in this grayness

Hello again, I wason sick leave forseveral days, you knowthe usual...fever,sore throat, cough.For a whileit's nice todo nothing,butnotfor long.FinallyItookin my handssomething what I once beganandlay aside.
I finishedcorduroy coat and black slacks. NowI just have towait forniceweather,andpersuademy precious to bea photographer.

Here is my bright redtrench. I bought this fabric (something to do withnanotechnology) very cheap and planed to do a trenchcoat. When finished it somehowseemedtoo red..reallycatches the eye.However, looks perfectin the fog.

Flirting with Howard Greer - Transformation Dress

A year ago I came acrosstwo photographstaken from somevintage (50s?) magazine, wheredesignerHowardGreerpresents hisTravelDress.I was thrilledwith the idea of​​a dress thatcan besupplemented bya variety ofaccessoriesto changethe look. I hadplannedto doa similar thing sometime andwhenAx asked me ifI have somethingfor hernextphoto shooting I immediatelyknew it was the right thing forher.

If Ihadmore timeI'dmade​​more extrasforthe dress..those white halterneck collar for sure and maybe some 3/4 sleeve bolero jacket in some color.

The dress is made of stretch cotton fabric in combination withvelvetonthe topedge of thebodice and velvet waist band with a bow.  I used a sew-on snap fasteners for all the straps,shoulder drape and belt. Pale pink silk
collarisfastenedwith buttons. The dress has zipper fastening on the left side.

There is a kick pleat on the back of the skirt.
Organza shoulder drape is attached with sew-on snap fastener on the right side and pinned on the left side,  wide org…

The Plain Pattern Project - Dress 1

Well, as I already said before I am attending "The Plain Pattern Project" challenge with this vintage pattern...

For thefirst dressI picked up thefabric thathasbeen leftin boxwith the remnants for satin.

Basically....I don't like to wear satin,but thedressdoes not looktoograndin combinationwithlong-sleeved T-shirtand cardigan. hair is a mess...I don't know what to do with it.

Presentation of a coat

I have to show you one of my vintage stockings.
I would saythat thestockings arefrom the30's.They are made of silk with cotton foot and welt.
Oxford's are from Bata

My Coat

Coat is a garmentwhich Iwas afraid tosew.I thought thatI haven'tthe righttools for makingthe perfectcoat....industrialpress for example isa toolthat you can notreplacewith anythingelse. My first attempta few years agoconfirmedthis, althoughI thinkthat the fault wasonthe choice offabrics...wool fabricwassoft andrarelywoven, and the liningwas firmer..padded for extra warmth.
Well, this time Ichosebetter quality fabric with classic polyester lining andit turned outmuch better. I am satisfied.