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AneliseN

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13 March, 2015

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    AneliseN added the project Emergency Dress!
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    I made this dress last-minute to wear to an event at my school, using just stuff I had sitting around my house!

    This unique dress has a tight-fitting, princess seamed, strapless bodice with a s…

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11 March, 2015

  • 07:43 PM

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    AneliseN commented on the project A Twist on a Turtleneck

    This pattern in particular was tricky to work with because of all the pleating in the neck and shoulders. The pleats wouldn’t iron in place (that was partly poor fabric choice on my part) so I had …



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15 February, 2015

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    AneliseN added the project College Interview Dress
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    I made this dress to wear to my college interviews! I wanted something that was a little formal, but not too stiff.

    I used the pattern V1265 by Pamella Roland. It’s a “loose-fitting” suitdress …

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15 January, 2015

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    AneliseN added the project Winter-White Bell Coat
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    I used Vogue 1419 by Ralph Rucci, an advanced coat pattern with flared sleeves, a flared skirt, a nipped waist, no shoulder sleeves, and nontraditional seam lines. It features welt pockets and butt…

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14 January, 2015

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    AneliseN commented on the project Winter White Warmth

    Your coat is gorgeous! I recently made a winter-white coat too and I just love the color. Yours looks so beautiful and cuddly!



21 October, 2014

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    AneliseN added the project Homecoming Dress: Marfy 2323
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    This dress has a gathered bodice featuring a chest cutout, angular shoulder straps, and diamond-shaped detailing; it also has an overskirt that is slit in the front. I made it out of silk chiffon a…

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29 June, 2014

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    AneliseN added Meg Hardin as a friend
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    AneliseN posted a message on Meg Hardin's wall

    Hi Meg! My name is Anelise—I’m almost 17 as well and I’ve looking for some other teenagers who love to sew! I saw your amazing prom dress on the projects page and was blown away. I would love to k…



23 June, 2014

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    AneliseN commented on the project Draped Prom Gown

    Wow, your dress is gorgeous—the draping and the coloring! I’m going to be making my prom dress next year and I hope it turns out as well :)

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    AneliseN added the project Sunset-Inspired Sundress
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    I made this dress by combining two different patterns: the top is a shirt pattern from Simplicity, and the skirt is a simple square skirt that I drafted myself. I was inspired by this beautiful ora…

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15 June, 2014

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    AneliseN added the project Floaty Summertime Blouse
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    I made this blouse based on an Anna Sui pattern, Vogue 2968. My original fabric was a purple chiffon with streaks of gold metallic lame, and then I found a contrast fabric with a magenta, purple, a…

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  • 07:21 PM

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    AneliseN commented on the project *Prom dress

    What a classy and gorgeous prom dress!



14 April, 2014

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    AneliseN added the project Medieval Matador Jacket!
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    A short jacket with ruffled trim, a high collar, and a cool curved aperture in the front. I made my own trim by cutting strips of fabric on the bias, folding them over, and gathering it. I used sel…

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