I’m making a prom dress with a plunging neckline, like this one:
The pattern I’m using for the top is this one (the top one in the picture)
I’m aware that I need to adjust the edges a bit, but I was wondering if I should bone all the seams or just a few of them, and if so, which ones? Or if boning will be necessary at all?
Also, are there any things I should know or pay attention to? I’ve never done boning before and even though I’ve looked it all up and think I know what I’m doing there might be some little things you only learn with experience and I don’t have much time to learn the technique :)
Thanks in advance!
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