The Hundred Dresses: Day 84

I have no idea what the name of this Liberty fabric is, but this pattern is Vogue 9670:

Liberty Vogue 9760

Here, you can check out the fabric (it’s Liberty TWILL, how I wish they still made this regularly) and incidentally the matching at the seams:

Liberty Vogue 9760 matching

I really like this neckline:
Liberty Vogue 9760 bodice

The split of the neck tends to flip open, so I made a virtue of necessity and gave it a bright facing:
Liberty Vogue 9760 bodice 2

I used the same bright orange for the pockets:
Liberty Vogue 9760 pockets

And the back:
Liberty Vogue 9760 back

I posted about this dress once before, back in 2009.

Advertisements

3 thoughts on “The Hundred Dresses: Day 84

  1. blue and orange is always good. the print looks a bit like thumbprints, or fingerpainting.

    I have no idea, not a scientist, but I really want to use Hyperbolic Structure and Geodesic Laminations in conversation.

    Like

  2. hi erin,

    xlent pattern matching at center front & back. could you modify pattern to eliminate center seams (& thus 2 fewer matches to make)?

    genl ?s:
    1) when you convert a back-zip to a side-zip, how long do you make the zipper? where does it go along the side seam: beginning near underarm, or centered about waist?
    2) have seen some ‘vintage vogue’ patterns at joann’s. how do they compare with the original versions? are there any other easily available repro’s that you can recommend?
    3) have you ever made a ‘franken-dress’; ie: bodice/ sleeve/ skirt from different patterns? any tips on making it look better than it sounds?

    Like

  3. Okay, I admit it, I have been lurking for several years. Wonderful stuff you post. But I finally have to comment. Day 84 and no mention of Duro. I notice no mention in the categories list and can’t find them in search. You may guess that I loved your Duros. Hope they show up before #100.

    Like

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s