Friday, August 28, 2015

Accessorizing Colonial

After making my new block print jacket, I turned to some more block printed muslin Amber had given me. There wasn't enough to get another jacket, so I did a little piecing to get a large enough piece for a neckerchief. I love how much something so small can brighten up a whole outfit! And I totally love block printed muslin. It's so beautiful! :)
It's a half square, cut on the diagonal, and the edge is hand-hemmed with a tiny rolled hem. A super simple, but also highly gratifying project! :)

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  1. Lovely! Love the color combination

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  2. It's PINK. And BLUE. And it's so gorgeous!!! :) I am continually amazed by your gorgeous colonial ensembles!!! Can you recommend a place to buy block-printed muslin like this? It's just gorgeous.
    Lovely outfit, Tara!! You look amazing as always.

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    1. I've never bought my own block print muslin, as all this fabric was given to me by a friend. I do know, however, that it came from India. Hope that helps you find it! :)

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  3. This is a very pretty ensemble, Tara, cap and all. And this kerchief is absolutely lovely, especially with the ribbon tie. :)

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  4. Fantastic accessory for that outfit!

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