Working towards a perfect off shoulder peplum blouse

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Hello hiveians

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It's another beautiful Monday morning @needleworkmonday, a community where the needleworkers show you different creativity from their needlework.

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It is a great pleasure to be part of today's post and I will be sharing with you how I made an off shoulder peplum blouse with double flare.

Off shoulder has been my challenge in recent times, that any time I tried to make one, it is either I'm having problems with the neckline, the armhole, or the sleeves.

I decided to often make an off shoulder dress with continuous practice, I believe i will make it right someday.

In my continuous practice, I went online to make a lot of research but not all videos online gives you a perfect process, but with my knowledge in fashion, I was able to put one or two methods together to make this on my own.

below is the cutting and sewing process

First, I cut out the double flare from the fabric I have using the waist circumference and the length of the blouse.

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The upper bodice was cut out using the necessary measurements. In cutting the off shoulder, I came down by 4.5", marked out the waist dart before connecting the necessary bodice measurement, the back was also cut out using the normal back bodice.

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After cutting out the pieces, I also cut out the lining for each pieces to be sewn together.

This is the out come of what I made, though I'm still having challenge with the neckline as it is not as I intended it to look like but it can be corrected in my next sewing.

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Thanks for your time, comment and support, enjoy your week.

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I like the fabric 😊 And of course the out come! Great job @bimpcy!

Lovely