I thought that sewing a skirt was my big stunt, but it was before sewing a shirt. Not only the cut of the shirt is very difficult (I needed to put on the network over a dozen points!), I made a pattern of a sleeve, a collar and a cuff then, after all, I sew everything together. On sewing course we were taught how to make the cut of a simple blouse, we reshaped the front of the shirt by changing an upper tuck into side tuck and adding selvage for buttoms and buttomholes. After cutting the fabric for the blouse and putting it together, we made a pattern for the sleves. After gluing batt to the cuffs and sewing the sleeves, we cut the fabric for the front and back of the collar. To the back of the collar we glued the batt and we sewed the collar together and then we put it to the shirt. After that we sewed sleeves and delineated the places for the buttomholes, which were handmade (it took me a half of the day!). After all this work I could wear my pretty blouse, which was priceless. As for the fabric for the blouse, I got it from my granny. It’s thick, airy cotton – perfect for the summer!
shirt: made by me, shorts: tailor-made, shoes: thrift shop, basket: vintage, earings: gift from my mum