Friday, February 27, 2009

"Trendy Chic" dress and belt



The design no. 16 - Trendy Chic dress - from OTTOBRE design® Spring/Summer issue 2/2009.

9 comments:

Leah said...

Beautiful! Love your magazine! Thanks for these extra photos...

Fiona @ Feebeez said...

Thank you for all of these extra photos. It is nice to see the detailing and the different views. Your patterns are wonderful!!

Pamela Erny said...

This is wonderful...Ottobre has a blog!

Love your designs...my nieces are the best dressed children in their school!

Thanks for bringing us Ottobre Woman...the patterns are fabulous!

Pam ~Off The Cuff~

mermaids said...

On a recent trip to NYC, I purchased a piece of silk that would be perfect for this pattern...if I purchased enough. :) Can't wait to get my magazine to try it!

teri

Melissa said...

So exciting you have a blog now - I am looking forward to the information and pictures you'll share. I adore Ottobre magazine and use it nearly exclusively for sewing for my children and also a lot for me. Thank you for the wonderful publication, the efforts of the entire Ottobre team are greatly appreciate by so many seamstresses around the globe.

MaHubbard said...

Thank you, having the alternate photos is wonderful because it gives you a different angle on the garments, so you can see the details better. Havign a view of the skirt without it covered by the tunic is especially nice. (The pockets add less volume to the hips than I thought they did from the line drawings.)

Glad to see this blog, and I love the Ottobre Woman magazine!

Pam

Ruth said...

I got back from the fabric shop this morning to find the latest Ottobre Woman in the letterbox. Thankyou! I have picked out the 3/4 pants, tunic and camisole on page 10 and can't wait to head back out to the fabric shop for supplies!

Just in case you like to see reader projects, I posted a photo of my son's new PJs on my blog last week, incorporating a couple of your patterns, and the screenprint design from another pattern. Can't wait for the next issue!

Jne4sl said...

This sleeve is very pretty; It complements the neckline tucks nicely. I'm skeptical that it will suit me but I won't rule it out until I've tried it because I've been pleasantly surprised before.

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