Kevin Roche (kproche) wrote,
Kevin Roche
kproche

CC24 Fashion Show Entry -- update

The apron for the Egyptian Barrista is complete. (Photos behind the cut)

Photos of the finished Egyptian Barrista Apron
Finished apron (front view) Finished apron (front view)
The completed apron for the barrista. The cording is finished, and the edge binding is done
Detail of the cording on the apron Detail of the cording on the apron
The "quills" are black cording, and the curves are brown soutache braid
More details of the cording on th efront of the apron More details of the cording on the front of the apron
Reverse of the completed barrista apron Reverse of the completed barrista apron
What good is a barrista apron without a pocket?
Detail of the apron pocket on the reverse Detail of the apron pocket on the reverse
The pocket is french-seamed to give it some stability; the top edge is rolled and then was stitched along the same line as the binding seam so it is invisible from the front. The opening edge is bound with the same binding as the rest of the apron. The bottom corners are hand-tacked in place at two of the quilting stitch lines so the stitches don't show from the front.
Detail of the Apron pocket, available light Detail of the Apron pocket, available light
This shows off the quilting stitch lines better than the flash image

Moving on to the kilt and cartouche...

Tags: cc24, conventions, costume, costume-con 24, egyptian barrista, future fashion
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