Black Chemise Gown - Done!

I don't really know why I had so much trepidation about making the chemise dress, this was such a cakewalk compared to what I thought it would be!  I ended up using a sheer organza ribbon for the wrist ruffles.  It's totally synthetic and a little too shiny, but I liked the idea of not having any hemmed edges bulking things up.  I'd originally hoped to have this count for the rectangles/squares/triangles HSF challenge but ended up using far more curved pattern pieces than planned.  So I may skip that one or do it later with another project I have planned...



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    1. Thank you! I'm pleased with how it turned out.

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