Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Tailored Christening Gown

I wanted to share pictures of the Christening Gown that I will be teaching at Martha Pullen's School of Art and Fashion in Feb. 2010. The Christening Gown will be offered as two pre-day classes. The gown is made from a luxurious handkerchief linen and trimmed with ecru lace. Hand embroidery on the collar adds elegance, while the pleats down the front give the gown a more tailored look that makes it suitable for a baby boy or girl. The gown is very easy to make and is a great beginner project for those who may be new to heirloom laces and fabrics.

1 comment:

zees5 said...

Michelle, that is gorgeous! I so wish I could come and I wish Alabama was closer. For anyone that is thinking about going - Go! Go! Go! Michie is awesome! She is a great teacher and Alabama is one of America's best kept secrets. Hunstville is gorgeous - you just won't believe it.

I am still working on my tea towel from summer (too many projects and kids too). Thanks Miche! ~Page


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