Hello,

I’m interested in having my favorite dress copied (but modified to be floor length) and I wondered how complex it is to make- what do you think?


It is made from two fabrics pieced together through the length of the dress. Is this a crazy project?

Thanks!
Faith

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    Jul 26, 2014, 08.43 AMby Deanna31

    It’s a really nice design! Just wondering how badly you would like another dress? It will be fine to copy, but it will probably cost a fair bit as it looks like each panel will have to be copied and it will probably take some time to do. Sewing it will be a bit of a puzzle. It might be best to draw a picture and label all the panels with numbers, then get the pattern maker to number them the same on the pattern

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    Jul 27, 2014, 02.31 PMby faithwallace

    Thanks for the reply. I thought it would be complexI I’m a big fan of the dress and I would really like to have a floor length version. I’m in New York so can take it around to dressmakers, but I wanted to get an idea of what I was getting myself into!

    Thanks!

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    Aug 5, 2014, 02.32 AMby LiliaBourne

    I agree with Deanna31! This is such a nice dress! But for me clothes with patterns are really hard to copy but if you really love it, you can get a good advice from a dressmaker.

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    Aug 8, 2014, 08.11 PMby rita61

    Neat dress. You may want to look at http://candycastlepatterns.com This was just posted, and it comes in ladies sizes as well: http://www.burdastyle.com/projects/peppermint-swirl-dress It would help with the skirt portion.

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    Aug 9, 2014, 01.15 PMby nappyc

    V has a pattern very similar to this dress.

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