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The main problem with a style like this one is the fleeting fashion - As soon as elbowless garments pass out of style this will (most likely) no longer be worn and will be confined to the back of a closet or passed on to charity.
 

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My daughter lives in NYC. I do not know if she took the photo or she found it somewhere else. I did not ask her. Whether the fashion is fleeting or not, I would like to make something like it for her because she asked me to make it. I was just hoping that the kind folks here might have some suggestions. If you do not, don't bother to reply.
 

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jmcret05 said:
These are nice, thank you! I may end up doing a mix-up of different patterns...
 

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The basic design looks like an oversized rectangle shape with added sleeves. They are left unattached for a space and then the edging is picked up around, like you do for a neckline. The droop I think comes mainly from the piece being very big.
I would think it might be possible to figure it out from the photo.

Btw....I really like it. I might not do the “cold shoulder”, but would love to make that for myself.
Hoping someone find a pattern.
 

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elanaanderson said:
My daughter lives in NYC. I do not know if she took the photo or she found it somewhere else. I did not ask her. Whether the fashion is fleeting or not, I would like to make something like it for her because she asked me to make it. I was just hoping that the kind folks here might have some suggestions. If you do not, don't bother to reply.
Amen!
 
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