This is really cute! I'm heading over to check it out... Thanks!!!
Wow! Nice work.I take it Nora likes it!?
At the end of the shoot, her cheeks hurt from smiling ;-p
fantastico! Ho visto il tutorial non sembra difficile! Voglio provareGrazieFederica
That is seriously so cute! I love it!
What a lovely technique. I'd love to try it for my own top.
I really love this!!! I definitely want to try it out!
i loved it! i'll try it :D
Hey I posted my version of your tutorial for adopting it onto a commercial Burda Style pattern here:http://sewingyourstyle.tumblr.com/post/34889627054/origami-sleeves-tutorial:))cheers!
Thank you for shearing this with us !!!! I love origami, I love sewing : you mixed both !!! thank you !!!!! (should you want please do not hesitate to vit me at 4petitesgraines.canalblog.com
Hi. I can't wait to try this is the spring. Love it! I will do some muslin practice sleeves first. Also I have the Janet pattern from Sew Sweet Patterns, which is one you linked to. Not only do they deliver quickly, they answer questions pretty responsively. I have no affiliation with them except as a satisfied customer. So if someone needs a basic raglan dress/tunic pattern, they are great!
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WOW! What an unusual, YES, truly UNIQUE style for origami raglan sleeves on a young girl's dress! Is it linen fabric? Certainly Nora has an heirloom dress sewn in a tasteful beige colored fabric. Looks like a perfect job sewing. Sarah Helene in Minneapolis, MN