The ruffled shoulder blouse reappeared as a yellow silk top. The change of fabric and lack of ruffles changed the look of this pattern, but not in a bad way!
What else did I change?
Organza was used this time instead of interfacing because the yellow silk was very light weight. You can see it here on the cuff. I love the pearlescent sheen of organza. Even though only I know about it once the garment is constructed, it still makes me happy.
I sewed the organza onto the cuff at the seam lines and then trimmed the edges as close as possible to the stitching. The cuff was doubled back so this gave a double layer of organza. I only used a single layer on the front facing and the stand collar.
French seams all around, mais bien sûr. It is gorgeous fine silk after all!
I have a new sewing machine!