I am working on a separate blog about Issey Miyake's Vogue patterns. I have been at it for a couple of years, so don't get all excited.
I know that there have been several designers from Miyake's 'house' on the job for these patterns over the years, I don't know all of them yet. There is much more information out there than I have included (which is why these are still in progress), but for my sanity's sake, I am starting to put these posts on my main blog. Because this is what I am sewing now, and this proves that this is STILL a blog about sewing.
I have shown bits and pieces of the construction of this top, but it's been put in the naughty pile while other things got done.
Let's see what happened.
I learned on Miyake Vogue 1309 to mark all the tailors marks, no matter what they might be.
I made this into a dress