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wonderful pattern. Can't wait to make it. My cousins little girl is going to love it. Thank you!
 
Date of Posting: 21 August 2019
Posted By: sherry ramsey
Nothing to do with Lady Di, Valentino just retired after a long and glorious career dressing the world's elite. The pleated shoulders were a rarity in early 'seventies design. Beautiful, classic design.
 
Date of Posting: 21 August 2019
Posted By: Susan C Whelan
View C makes up quickly, has shaping throughout the waist area, and a very interesting collar, which is folded in half and topstiched.
 
Date of Posting: 21 August 2019
Posted By: joan kendrick
This is an amazing jacket with an Asian flare.
The upper centre back triangular piece is most easily applied by topstitching in place, rather than the pivoted insertion illustrated.
The jacket meets at the centre front, which is easily altered if you want a wider opening.
I constructed it of a 'shot' poly organza and narrow hemmed the edges rather than applying the bias strips that Beene suggested.
Will definitely make again.
 
Date of Posting: 21 August 2019
Posted By: joan kendrick
Have only made this interlined skirt, which iI have made three times.
Has an inner grosgrain waist stay, which I love.
 
Date of Posting: 21 August 2019
Posted By: joan kendrick
My mother made this entire outfit for my sister-in-law's going away outfit. A stunner and fit very well for a perfect size 12.
 
Date of Posting: 21 August 2019
Posted By: joan kendrick
i made this for my wedding dress in 1978.
I didn't make buttonholes on the front placket because the elasticized waist allows it to be pulled on over your head.
A muslin to check the fit of the neckline is in order.
The sleeve placket was pleasing to make and wear.
The yoke on the skirt fits flat against the body, reducing bulk.

A great retro 70s peasant blouse to make up in 2011!
 
Date of Posting: 21 August 2019
Posted By: joan kendrick
Only made the top and enjoyed working with some sheers for the trim.
Very easy to make and a nice fit but I prefer something with more design lines.
 
Date of Posting: 21 August 2019
Posted By: joan kendrick
My mother made this for my sister-in-law. It fit well.
The jacket was finished nicely and the godet skirt was beautiful.
 
Date of Posting: 21 August 2019
Posted By: joan kendrick
Have made the classic trousers twice, once with gabardine and once with tweed.
Hand stitching the inner waistband, made from lining fabric reduced bulk and was worth the effort.
 
Date of Posting: 21 August 2019
Posted By: joan kendrick

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