Thursday, 5 May 2016

Sleeveless Shirt in Hakoba

I am into refashioning clothes these days. My neighbour brought this lovely hakoba fabric in white, one day and asked me if I can make a shirt for her. It used to be a Salwar. She was no longer wearing it, and since the design was so pretty, she did not want to discard it. The pattern for the shirt was also from her. The sample shirt she showed me had a regular shirt collar. I found it a bit too masculine for this very pretty fabric, so, I changed the collar to a Peter pan. To add some zing to the shirt we chose brown metal buttons. Hemline at the back is longer than the front.
Fit her perfectly. We reused the fabric. Both of us are happy!