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Whitewashing NOLA | Jasika Nicole
I made this skirt a while ago, and honestly there isn't much to it. It's a self drafted dirndle skirt, one long skinny rectangle sewed onto a longer and wider rectangle with gathering on one side- about the easiest garment you can make. What is significant about this make is the fact that it was made with fabric that I purchased from Fabric.com. It's called "Stof France New Orleans Multi-color" which is incredibly ironic considering that once it arrived in the mail, I didn't see any kind of "multi" in the identities that it represented. Sure, it's decked out in purples and oranges and blues of the most dynamic shades- it's one of the reasons I purchased the fabric in the first place, because the colors were singing to me through my computer screen, and also because I love a good print, and also because it's neat when humans are slyly integrated into textile designs. But I assumed (incorrectly, it turns out), that the vibrance of color shown in the environment of the print would be