Pictures from my visit to the "Museum of London". What a great museum, everyone who's interested in the history of London should go there. I really loved it. It's great for kids too. But I mainly visited it because of the "Pleasure Gardens" exhibiton.
Noch ein Shirt für den Alltag und Büro :) Genäht nach diesem Schnitt: "Pune" von Schnittbox. Wieder aus demselben Viskose-Jersey wie beim ersten Shirt. Diesmal hab ich den Saum etweas begradigt und anstatt eines Stoffstreifens eine zarte, elastische Spitzenbordüre verwendent.
Another casual shirt I can wear to the office :) I used this pattern: "Pune" from Schnittbox.
I made it from the same viscose-jersey I used for my first Shirt. This time I removed the curve at the front of the hem and used an elastic lace instead of a contrasting fabric.
Sometime in the '50s, a talented lady named Erica brought these beautiful dress designs on paper and I was lucky enough to discover them in an antique shop in Vienna. I bought a stack of antique sewing magazines and eloquently coaxed the seller to give me the sketches too (what's the last price ...). Unfortunately, I couldn't find out anything about Erica.