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The Frankenstein blouse - Melodramatic, corsetted mistress of the obscure
August 18th, 2008
10:51 pm

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The Frankenstein blouse
Mwahahahahahah! It's alive!


Okay, it's only paper. And it's only intended to be fabric, eventually, but still. Since I couldn't find any one (or two...) pattern that came close to Sophie's blouse, I have had to make one. Like... OMG.



I am taking the sleeve from Vogue 8421 view B (far right) (and, perforce, the armscye*), the collar from Vogue 7854 view A (far left) and the front (minus that hideous bottom ruffle) of Vogue 2947 view B (top right). The back is a rather plain mixing of all three - the collar and armscy, but minus the yoke-with-gathered-lower-part.




* I can't even find this word in the dictionary to spell it right. Bah.

EDIT: added an 'e' to the end of armscye. Still not sure what's right. Why isn't it in Webster's dictionary, for pity's sake?

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From:sherwood21
Date:August 19th, 2008 05:34 am (UTC)
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Armscye. That's a weird word.
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From:solan_t
Date:August 19th, 2008 01:08 pm (UTC)
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I finally put 'armscye' in Google and all I came up with was 'armscy' so I used that. Althought, who knows, maybe I forgot the last 'e' and that's why.
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From:solan_t
Date:August 19th, 2008 01:15 pm (UTC)
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I must have left off the 'e' because 'armscye' got me a web dictionary hit.
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From:rabid_bookwyrm
Date:August 19th, 2008 09:24 pm (UTC)
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I've seen it both ways, but armscye more often.
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