urban seaside jungle

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Sewing tribe…ever become so entranced by a fabric that you are sure it had such powerful hypnotic properties that the purchase of this fabric was absolutely beyond my control. My willpower had all the strength of a wet paper bag.

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This was my very first date with African Wax fabric, I purchased this leafy green joy fest on the old ebay and it looks as good as it did on my late night shopping spree. I blame Sew Vee for my current African fabric addiction, check out her lovely blog if you want to see some very beautiful African fabric creations.

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The eagle eyed amongst you will have spotted that I’ve stuck to a tried and tested Deer and Doe pattern Robe Belladone. The fabric had a great body and structure that really suits the Belladone pattern…if you’re looking for a pattern to test African fabric out on this is the one. And it has pockets. What more could you want?

 

 

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If you’re interested…and i don’t blame you if you’re not…the location of this post and probably a couple more is a local area that’s being regenerated. It’s a weird mesh of urban seaside which felt like the perfect backdrop to my French- African dress.

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And now you know how I while away the 45 minutes of ballet time on a saturday morning too!

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The end of my working/school year is fast approaching, I’m dreaming of hanging about on a bike like a giant teenager drinking far too much coffee looking totally resplendent in my handmade holiday wardrobe.

Ciao for now! I’m off to read my UK copy of La Maison Victor!!

 

 

 

 

 

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