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I love it! The print on the fabric is big, but the colors don't scream at you. A lovely floral and using black for collar and buttons is the perfect touch. Wonderful with the dark green skirt. This looks very dressy to me, although I don't think you meant it to be. With the right accessories, it could go anywhere!

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Good job making a new cute blouse for yourself! Your finishing techniques look so nice. I’ve been making blouses lately because now I have more time for sewing these days during the stay at home guidelines. I am impressed by the nine buttons down center front. That is a lot of buttons but I can see that you wouldn’t have any gap coverage problems. It looks like you have a sleeve facing. Did the vintage pattern call for it to be so wide?

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I never found any stunning article like yours. It’s alluringly worth for me.Keep posting more such amazing blogs


This is classic indeed, I saw similar amazing designs in Sydney at cybershopaustralia.com.au

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