Creation: Soft Silk Cami
Fabrics Used: Black Peace Silk
The Visionary: Lauren, Lladybird.com
Our Thoughts: Lauren at Lladybird.com made a simple, but elegant cami using our Black Peace Silk.
This silk cami is a Ruby Slip that I modified to include gathers at the bust and silk bias finishing on the edges and straps, and then shortened to cami length.I made this slip a couple of years ago out of some really amazing 4ply silk, and I love how it looks so it was only natural to use it for a cami pattern.
The silk I used is a really wonderful new silk from Organic Cotton Plus, called Peace Silk. I really love OCP and I’ve been happy with all the fabrics I’ve received from them, and this silk is pretty fantastic too. It’s a wonderful lightweight, organic silk, with a feel similar to a thicker china silk or a less crepey crepe de chine. Really easy to work with, and feels amaaaazing after a wash in the machine. It’s called Peace Silk because it’s produced in a way that does not kill the silk worm and instead allows it to emerge from the cocoon first. While I definitely have no problem eating meat or wearing animal fibers, I thought that was a pretty neat solution! Plus, the name just makes me happy.
You did a beautiful job on your cami. It looks great and I’m glad to see it made into something so intricate, as I was thinking of making a slip out of it.
Thanks for sharing!! God Bless!