A little while ago I posted about a waistcoat that I was cutting for a woman, and here it is all finished.
(Please forgive the dotty covering on the stand, it is a bit annoying to look at but I don't have time to change it.)
It is too bad that the detail seaming I put into the backs is lost with this fabric but hey, I know it is there.
If I was making another maybe for myself, I would either pipe the seams or make a detail of it with top stitching or something. Would look great in leather or suede.......don't you think. Not that I will ever get around to making it for myself. Sigh
Well, I guess it is not completely finished (what ever is?) as I do not have a pretty ribbon or cording to lace the back up, but I am sure I will get something before this show goes in front of the audience.
It doesn't quite fit my stand as well as it does on the real person (what ever does?) but I am quite happy with the whole costume overall. Considering I don't do women's wear.....
Sunday, October 19, 2014
Woman's period waistcoat
Labels: 18th century, ladies, waistcoats
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Great posts about this waistcoat - thanks! And good to see the (almost) finished article. As a relatively new tailoring student, I'm about to make my first ever waistcoat ... I have a feeling mine might not be quite as spectacular!!ReplyDelete