BURGUNDY GOLD REPURPOSED DRAPERY LANTERN SLEEVE JACKET
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BURGUNDY GOLD REPURPOSED DRAPERY LANTERN SLEEVE JACKET

$90.00

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10 US women’s numeric

Description

This elegant, loose fitting jacket with structured sleeves was made from a re-purposed curtain found in a thrift store. I used both the “right side” and “wrong side” of the drapery to block colors and add distinction. Unlined, the flat felt seams make the inside as “clean” as the outside. One covered button serves as the front closure. Welt pockets. Lantern sleeves. V9307.

Fits sizes 8 – 12

Measurements:
Sleeve length: 21″
Across shoulder back”: 13″
Back/under arm to under arm: 24″
Bust: 50″
Center neck to hem: 30″
hem circumference: 72″

Wash in cold water, gentle soap or white vinegar.

 

ABOUT
Gini Holmes is a traditionally trained print maker who loves combining traditional with experimental printing techniques. She has many works in private collections in the United States and Abroad.

She enjoys creating clothing and accessories from fabrics she finds in thrift stores, donations, or retail dead stock. She either directly upcycles the fabric into a new garment, or manipulates it through different textile techniques, including:
• Digital printing from a personal design
• Printing with found objects
• Botanical printing
• Breakdown surface printing
• Dyeing

No printing is ever the same, making each item unique.

She also loves a good “play on words.”
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SuiteVirginia

Clothing and accessories handmade from fabrics found in thrift stores, donations, or retail dead stock. Fabrics are either directly upcycled into a new garment or manipulated using different textile techniques, including:
Digital printing from a personal design
Printing with found objects
Botanical printing
Breakdown surface printing
Dyeing

No garment is ever the same, making each item unique.

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