Another finished project moves from the sewing room to the bedroom closet. I must be getting good at BWOFs because this outfit went together without incident. Other than changing the "blind welt pocket" to a functioning welt pocket, construction of the pants was routine. I made the blouse before as a test garment. This time I lengthened it by just one inch and I'm much happier with the results. Who knew one little inch would make such a difference. It's hard to see, but this blouse has a v-neck in addition to the collar. Being BWOF, of course the v-neck is cut low. For some reason, Burda likes us to show lots and lots of cleavage. But, it's not that obvious with this fabric. Speaking of the blouse fabric, I wonder how many sewers take the time to match prints when sewing. As I look at this photograph, I think maybe I should start doing that. Matching print motifs is a sign of a couture garment. With a print this large, I'm sure it would have meant an extra yard or more. But, money is no object when you're talking about couture garments (yeah, right!).