Sew Over It 1970s Vintage Shirt DressMay 12, 2017 / byLynne / Categories : Feeds
The plan became more definite when I eyeballed this gorgeous Vintage Shirt Dress by Colette on Instagram and then on her blog - seriously, how fabulous is that dress?! The lovely fabric reminded me of my Alexander Henry fabric, so the decision was made.
There's not much to say about the construction, as I have made it twice before (here and here), but I did two things differently. Firstly, the instructions say to press the pleats to the centre front and back, but I pressed mine flat just because I like the look of it. They remind me of the pleats on the By Hand London Anna dress, which I love.
|This is what my pleats look like from the inside.|
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