Alabama Chanin A-Line dress


It took months of hand-stitching, but it’s finally finished!


photo lightened to show the stenciling.


As you can see, the pattern is very simple, just 4 panels.  I altered for fit, mostly taking in the skirt volume a good amount.  I also raised the neckline.  It’s still a full dress, very swingy.


It’s all about the stenciling and hand embroidery.  This stencil is called New Leaves.  The fabric is a knit from Fine Fabrics in Atlanta. 




I’m hooked!  I love these garments!  More to come soon, I’ve been stitching a scarf with some remaining stenciled fabric.

Also, I did manage to get some pics of me wearing my Brooklyn Tweed sweater:


This is the only picture that really showcases the hi-low hem, which I love.  More to come!

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