Denim blouse with trim

I saw a denim dress at Anthropologie with several rows of navy trim around the neck and sleeves. I said to my daughter, “I can make that!” But instead of a tunic dress, which doesn’t look that good on me, I made a blouse.


I used a pattern that I’ve used before and customized.


The denim is very thin, which is perfect for a blouse.


I used rickrack for the scallops around the neck and sleeves. I actually bought the flower trim from Amazon!


I have enough left-over fabric to make a sleeveless dress: my next project!



About Inge

I'm a technical writer who loves to sew, make jewelry, and do other types of crafts.
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2 Responses to Denim blouse with trim

  1. Elena says:

    Such a lovely effect with the two types of trim!


  2. Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:


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