My daughter wants to be Pinkie Pie from the My Little Ponies for Halloween. So we worked together figuring out how she wanted it to look.
I made this dress using three layers: sheer overlay, sa…
I made this dress using the Coffee Date Dress- multisize sample bodice. I had to add an inch to lengthen the bodice. I also lowered the back about 3 inches. Then to add volume to the skirt I add…
Doesn’t my friend look adorable in this red dress?
This dress is made using the New Look 6123 View C without the flutter sleeve and added peter pan collar.
I made the dress with no alteration…
Love the twisted maxi…I see this in my future summer attire!
That’s crazy cute. I would wear it non-pregnant.
Awesome job. Love the color and the style.
It was. I hosted for my sister and she had a blast as did all the guests.
I forgot to mention I added double fold bias tape around the neck and arms to hide raw edges.
Thanks everyone. I actually sold 4 of these over Halloween.
Thank you. It turned out more Hawaiian than I was intending, but Hawaiian prints were big in the …
Thank you. I made it long enough to tie in the back.
I made the dress by cutting the sleeves off a men’s XL t-shirt and sewing the waist smaller. Then I added hundreds (felt like hundreds, I’m not really sure) feathers. I did not hem the feather sh…
I made this dress using Butterick B6582
I wore it to a 50’s themed baby shower at a drag queen show (that’s right)!
I followed the pattern exactly and used my measurements. It was way too big. …
I made this dress for Halloween in 2012. I used the Simplicity Pattern 8399.
The burgundy fabric is actually a red/black 2 toned netting sari I ordered from India (much cheaper that way but the w…
This is the first dress I have made using a Burdstyle pattern.
I am new at working with patterns for form fitting clothing.
I used the medium pattern not knowing if it would be too small I …
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