A few months ago I discovered Eglantine et Zoe
through a superb back and multiple bunk folds … Very chic !!! So I went to see in more details the Eglantine et Zoe
collection and two models have heckled me Galipette
and Spinning for their clean cuts, backless and options in dress or shirt. Timeless models to sew with different fabrics and especially the easy to make ;)))
For this first, I chose one of the wonders from Supercut
: viscose dotted with incredible fluidity and smoothness without counting this spot print so chic;)))) A new Supercut
the fabrics are for the vast majority limited series so if you fall in love of one of fabrics you don’t hesitate :))
Level: Beginner – Timing: 2:30 – Cost : €€
In the preamble, the Galipette
pattern has few parts as you have the choice of variations: dress or blouse available with two levels deep, one decorated with a bow and the other without. The cut is slightly flared style that delivers a “misty” style.
If you choose me as a super fluid fabric, I highly recommend the node version to keep your neck well without counting the small detail;)))
Once cut your fabric and oversew, you sew necklines front and back, for it does not forget to leave space for the insertion of tape on each side.
Note that you will be fusing back neck for extra support I have not added to this version.
In the tape, you can achieve through tonal ie on the basis of fabric or use a bias or grosgrain ribbon or satin key in hand depending on the consistency of your fabric. I chose a black satin ribbon to stand out well from print and ideal gray peas with the fluidity of viscose.
It will do more than set in sleeves and hems and achieve your Galipette
blouse is ready;))))
In conclusion, I am delighted that pattern because it is simple for beginners and pressed confirmed, with details of the back to fit their own style;)))
Fabric: UK8 – spotted viscose by Supercut (11,90 € / m) – Black satin ribbon 70cm