What I love most about our school is that I always have this sense of achievement whenever I finish a project. I love that I have a venue where I can unleash my creative prowess even if I am still making basic articles of clothing.
|Fabric choice for my Blouse Project|
I would've never got this kawaii fabric if Joy never shared his cute discovery with me. Upon seeing it's prints, I immediately decided that I wanted to use it for one of my projects.
|Pattern Block and my Fabric Swatch|
This was my first time to create a blouse and sew a collar and boy did I gained a lot of respect to those clothes with collar. Putting it together with the bodice is no walk in the park. It requires focus and attention to detail.
|The bodice and the sleeves minus the collar.|
After sewing the bodice together, I just can't wait to see how it will look like on a real person so I asked our school's admin to see if it will fit her nicely.
|FIP Makati's ever so stylish admin, Lette! ^_^|
My incomplete blouse looks good together with Lette's ensemble even if it's not yet complete. So after she took it off, I wanted to see how it will look like upon completion.
|Project Blouse Complete!|
Although I personally prefer the incomplete version of my project because it seemed more hip and trendy, I still decided to keep the blouse as it is. After all, I wanted to complete my requirement and that was how it's supposed to look like.
|Viv wearing my finished blouse.|
After knowing how to construct a basic blouse, I think I can now design my own version of how I envision a blouse or even a blazer. Anyways, I still have some fabric left over to design another one so it's just a matter of time. Btw here's a sneak peek of what I am doing for my Project 5.
|Do you know what this print reminds me of?|
So that's all I have for you today. Be sure to always check my blog for my news posts. I will try to create an entry on a daily basis so that there's more for you too read and more for me to discover.
Au revoir for now my loves!