My fourteen year old daughter has chosen a lovely dress for Valentines.
However, I am having to try and construct a pattern for it.
I am attaching a picture of the dress she wants and the pattern I have.
I think I can make the yoke and bodice alterations; and this particular Vogue pattern leaves the dress opened down the front once the bodice is attached to the skirt. Then the button row is attached and the dress is closed that way.
Problem is this…
In the picture of the ivory dress, the skirt beneath doesn’t look like it’s included in the buttons. Does it??
Any help or tutorials on how to make this work would be GREATLY appreciated!
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