I used black stretchy net as lining at the front and the back of whole dress – all seams are inside
60%wool, 40% viscose
It’s a third jersey dress I made with this pattern designed by me, clients love the result & ask for more and more.
This dress was ordered by a lady who wanted a very business style dress. Conservative and black. So I made it.
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Made this dress for myself (finally) from jersey leftovers. Just a tube, with a heart shaped front and two stripes.
Yes I designed the pattern my self using basic design of shoulder products. Thank you very much!
My client ordered a casual dress. I chose the colour, the design for her. Got green jerset, sewed, and just to lighten it up I decided to add the white collar to it. She’s very happy with the result.
My friend needed a dress for a new job. She s a managing director in a restaurant network. So she wanted to make her entrance BIG! I advised the colour – as light ivory coloures almost always look…
Gorgeous and chic!
Very LOVELY! – i ll have to try this one maybe in brighter colour!
Very beautiful. good job!
Great – I love the colour combination
Thank you all for compliments!
I just took the old turtleneck jumper, cut it as a pattern, changed the neckline, and drew the lo…
When I went to a fabric store – I saw Jersey fabric in soooo many different bright colours – I just bought them all. So now, one buy one I’m making all these sexy tight dresses based on turtle neck…
My friend wanted me to make her a turtle neck dress. I thought it was too simple – so I decided to make it really bright, and added some lace on the back side. She loves how it came out. www.katyus…
Yes, I didn’t want the side gathers so I just left them out.
Thank you (>.<) ))
I had some skin colour jersey. Now the spring is coming I decided to make my self an easy dress with bat sleeves. While I was designing I realised that I didn’t have enough fabric. So I added some …
I wanted to make a simple jersey dress. When I bought this red jersey, I didn’t think that it would come out so chic! I used a pattern #118B from a BURDA 10/2012 issue.
I didn’t put any boning – I just used stretch materials
Lol it’s tomatoe seedling – getting ready for spring))
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