I love damask, which really shouldn’t be a surprise since I draw it quite often!
This damask print is part of the current round open at RP Custom Fabrics and it is inspired by Breakfast at Tiffany’s. The other prints are closer to a Tiffany blue, though. This one seems to be closer to a turquoise color, which is still very pretty.
I know this because I got a gift at work for Christmas one year that was a silver bracelet from Tiffany’s. I still have the box, though the bracelet was stolen when I was a dumb dumb and left it out at a hotel in Vegas. Yep…it somehow “disappeared”.
So, this top was a bit of a challenge. In fitting and getting the HTV vinyl on the front (nope, not a panel…that is my drawing). The HTV was actually a different, far longer design. I had let a piece overlap the edge of the cutting mat, and it caught and messed up the cutting. I stopped it before it went over everything again off design, and just dealt with what was cut. I wish there was a vinyl store that I could get things from locally, but I don’t. This vinyl was from Expressions Vinyl.
I will try to remember to load the original cut file into the folder linked on the sidebar. The design overlaps so it is longer.
The top was a highly hacked Sneha Tunic from Wardrobe by Me. I basically used the top pieces and the length of the skirt. I should have used something more fitted, since it is a bit wide. The skirt was longer originally, but it was not flattering at all. I cut it to the sweet spot on my hip.
Overall, I think this turned out pretty. I was questioning whether I would wear it when I finished it last night, but I think it works with skinny jeans.
Now I have another fabric on it’s way to me, and in the meantime I have a few dresses cut out to go to the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation for the girls for summer. I really want to get them sewn up and on the way to them, along with a few dresses that my daughter grew out of and were barely worn. Hopefully, I have time to get it all done this week!