I want to make this dress, number 1 model.
I am new/intermediate sewer and am not too familiar with the different types of fabric. What type of fabric should I use? I want it to look exactly like or as close to the picture as possible, except for the color. What type of fabric would be stiff enough for the sleeves and shirt, and yet flowy enough for the skirt?
Here is a picture of someone else´s dress made after this pattern. This is what I DON´T want my dress to look like. The fabric looks to thin, and sleeves don´t look the same and skirt isn´t puffy enough.
Hi, I don’t think you will have too much trouble leaving the pattern as it is on the bo…
I posted three last night that haven’t shown up either in my studios or on the project …
You could just use a Princess line bodice pattern and tape the pieces together at the b…
Still doesn’t seem to be fixed. Quite unprofessional!
Edited: Hi Gambiin – just reread your post and looked at the pattern – no shoulders to …
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