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Joyce F
Posted 2010-05-07 7:58 AM (#62479)
Subject: Reproducing this design



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This may be beyond my capablilities with PE, which still intimidates me, but I'll try.
I posted an image to the album named Joyce F of a style I saw on a website quite a while ago. It appears to be a wrap blouse with a square neckline and I think what looks like a yoke front and back . I don't necessarily want the large bow. (I have been putting off cataract surgery.) Could anyone give me a good description of what you see in the picture that could possibly be worked out in PE?
Joyce

Edited by Joyce F 2010-05-07 8:06 AM
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cfonfold
Posted 2010-05-07 7:52 PM (#62493 - in reply to #62479)
Subject: RE: Reproducing this design



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Hi Joyce, the blouse is really lovely, but hard to read! I wonder if that is a dickie or modesty panel that we are seeing across the top? Or maybe a shell?

At home where my computer is better I think that I see gathers at the upper chest. So perhaps there is a yoke at the shoulder with the wrap lower section lightly shirred into that?

With that I believe that you could start with the classic blouse,shortened to your specs, surplice neckline, no darts, and the sleeve of your choice.Save and take into PE. The yoke will be easy to draw, and the neckline will need to be reshaped a bit. add a little fullness for the gathers at the yoke. I will do a draft later if you would like. And by the way I personaly like the bow! Even if my hip is a bit full!

Coopie

P.S. the print is beautiful with your hair!



Edited by cfonfold 2010-05-07 7:53 PM
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Joyce F
Posted 2010-05-07 8:39 PM (#62494 - in reply to #62493)
Subject: RE: Reproducing this design



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Ah yes. It does look like a modesty panel now that you mention it. That would make it a little simpler wouldn't it? Did I understand that you would be willing to work it out for me? That is so kind.
Joyce
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cfonfold
Posted 2010-05-07 10:12 PM (#62497 - in reply to #62494)
Subject: RE: Reproducing this design



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The las. file attached is based on my sloper Joyce--so it really only gives the steps that I personally would take. And it is only one approach. Actually I would probably move the shoulder /neck point away from the neck after I tried it on. I think! I only "saw" the hip band belately. For some reason I often miss small details on first viewing a sketch. I hope you try this design and work on developing your use of PE. I am quite besotted with it!

Coopie





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jak10
Posted 2010-05-08 9:45 AM (#62502 - in reply to #62497)
Subject: RE: Reproducing this design


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I see a dropped front shoulder yoke with fabric gathered into it. I also believe it s a modesty panel or a shell type top. A pretty blouse! Can't tell you how to make it though. JoAnn
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Trish
Posted 2010-05-10 1:08 AM (#62520 - in reply to #62479)
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I didn't see a modesty panel when I looked at this design!  I just assumed that the lower back was gathered to a back yoke, similar to how the front is done!  I also didn't immediately see the band at the bottom.  Cute design.
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ursula
Posted 2010-05-10 1:26 AM (#62521 - in reply to #62479)
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I, too, have saved this picture! Mine seems a little clearer and I'm pretty sure there is no modesty panel, only a back yoke, as in the front.

Ursula
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