Apr
17

Here I am (at the end of a long rainy day…) in my new favourite top:  The Peace tunic in coral.  I liked the material when I purchased it, but wearing it for a few days…now I love it!  It got a lot softer and almost feels like well loved linen.  The embellishments in the coral tunic are tone-on-tone coral petals.

This is the part we do in the studio.  We take the cut pattern pieces and pin little mini petals (that are all hand cut) into position.  Then we sew them down with a decorative stitch creating a pretty ivy pattern.

Below is the cutting table covered with beautiful tiny petals and piles of the prettiest scraps.

Each set is hand cut, pinned and stitched.  Each one is a little different making it true craft.

The colour combination for the white blouse is pink, red and green.  It turned out soo pretty, but you’ll have to come to the boutique to see the final product.

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