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Judy Garland “Annie Oakley” two-piece dress with blouse from Annie Get Your Gun. (MGM, 1950).  A few weeks into production she was replaced with Betty Hutton.

Judy Garland “Annie Oakley” two-piece dress with blouse from Annie Get Your Gun. (MGM, 1950). A few weeks into production she was replaced with Betty Hutton.

"A Blouse for Susan" designed, woven, and sewn by Sandra Hutton.  Draft & instructions in Handwoven Magazine Jan/Feb 2015 issue, page 56-58.  Sandra selected Treenway Silks' "Silken Cloud" yarn--a lovely blend of 70% silk and 30% cotton--dyed color 41 Pistachio.  You can find the yarn here https://www.treenwaysilks.com/product.php?product=921   The shirt fabric is heavenly to wear!  I love it! (photo courtesy of Handwoven Magazine)

"A Blouse for Susan" designed, woven, and sewn by Sandra Hutton. Draft & instructions in Handwoven Magazine Jan/Feb 2015 issue, page 56-58. Sandra selected Treenway Silks' "Silken Cloud" yarn--a lovely blend of 70% silk and 30% cotton--dyed color 41 Pistachio. You can find the yarn here https://www.treenwaysilks.com/product.php?product=921 The shirt fabric is heavenly to wear! I love it! (photo courtesy of Handwoven Magazine)

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