A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of sharing with you my very first versions of the Violette shirt by Dessine moi un patron.To review of silk and cotton versions
As noted earlier, I love gown Violette shirt by Dessine moi un patron to cut, and especially the detail back;))) By sorting my many meters of fabric, I fell on this organza bought last summer at Mondial Tissus, hence the fact that I found most on the site. And the desire was born to make a yoke as my Bottega shirt. The Fall season pointed me towards a long-sleeved gown … What prompted me to make a new version of Violette shirt;)))
So I opted for an off-white gabardine in Bennytex ideal in terms of thickness and to enhance organza and folds … The “magic” gold piping has become;))))
Level : Intermediate – Timing : 3 hours – Cost : €€€
As a preamble, I hesitated to duplicate yoke “organza” on the front and back, after reflexion I decided to concentrate it on the back !!!
After mounting the folds, I first asked and pinned the piping and then put on top Organza yoke so to have the piping in “sandwich”.
Given the transparency of organza, I kept that part of the parmenture cut in the gabardine, namely the neck front. I slid at the shoulder seam for beautiful finishes.
So I made a tidal hem on the collar of the back yoke, this allows leaving any transparency;)))
It will do more to put your buttons so I chose an iridescent copper color so highlight the organza;)) The diameter that two buttons are enough compared to 3 initially on the pattern.
In conclusion, I ramble but I love this blouse for her cup and a pleasure to play with bi fabrics on back yoke;)))
Pattern:Violette shirt by Dessine moi un patron (15 € pouch)
Fabric: UK 8 – off-white gabardine in Bennytex (40in x 50in Width) – 8 € / m and organza flowers by Global Fabrics (16in x 43in Width) – 12 € / m