Wednesday, February 26, 2014

The beige dress


Remember this woollen dress I posted about last year?

It is now finally completely finished! Can you spot the difference?


Right! Pocket slits!



Not only convenient for easily reaching your purse, also warm for your hands!


The slits are finished on the inside with a strip of linen, the inner red edge is made with loop braiding and the outer red edge is a fingerloop braid of five bows.


9 comments :

Panth said...

Oh my word! It is even more beautiful now!

I am currently starting on making a version of Herjolfsnes 42 as well, so this could not have come at a better time.

Isis said...

Thank you!
Good luck with yout Herjofsnes 42.
It is definitely a pattern I'll be making again. It's very easy to make and very flattering.

Suzanne Spruijt said...

Interesting that the slits are made in the middle of a panel. I would have pt them in the seam, I actually plan on doing so with one of my dresses...
Obviously yours is based on an original find, but does it also suit a practical purpose to put the slits right in a piece of cloth?

Edralis said...

wow, just wow! beautiful :)

Isis said...

Suzanne: this dressed is based on one of the herjolfsnes patterns. the original had the slits in the middle of the panel. some of the other herjolfsnes dressed had them in the seam. i was just being geeky and following the original very neatly, but i'm not sure if there was a reason for it! i think it doesn't really matter which method you use...

mehloic said...

Thats a really nice dress you have, interesting with the slits in the middle of the fabric to =) I also like the photos very much! Hope you will update soon again!

Feel welcome to drop by my site hantverkat.wordpress.com if you got the time.

threadingthroughtime said...

Hello! -

I want to let you know that I’ve nominated you and your blog for a Leibster award. It’s a way of spreading the word to let others know there are more wonderful blogs out there. Your blog has great writing, good information, lovely projects…and I feel more people should know about it.

Accepting the award is completely voluntary, so please don't feel pressured.

Here’s wishing you continued success with your sewing and your blogging!

Susan
www.threadingthroughtime.wordpress.com

Isis said...

Susan, Thank you for the reward!

Francesca Belfrond said...

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http://francescacostumedesigner.blogspot.it

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