I made this skirt during my first semester of Applied Fashion Design and Technology VET – Certificate I. It is quite warm and is good to wear with stockings and a jacket during winter or cold days….
The dress is a variation of a patten on the bursa style website – I altered it quite a bit to fit me and added a waistband feature. The vest is simply the direct construction of a basic vest pattern.
I made this maxi over three days based on a pattern from the burda pattern book. I extended the skirt length and added panels in the sides and a seam in the centre front for accented design. I also…
Basic gathered waist 1950s style cotton summer dress. Fully Lined and overlocked, made with fabric I got as a gift.
I made this dress in my Certficate One, Applied Fashion Design and Technology course. The pattern is hand drafted of a block.
I made this outfit with two separate pieces so that they could be worn with alternate clothes on different occasions. The top was a re-drafted and altered pattern based on a pre-existing burda pattern
In 2013 I created this costume for my VCE Product Design and Technology class and managed to get into the Victorian – Top Designs Exhibition held at the Melbourne Museum. I Drafted some parts of th…
I made this as part of a VET Applied Fashion Design and Technology course, the pattern was hand drafted and the design is of my own creation. It includes an inner structure of boning. The gown did …
I created this based on the measurements of an existing bag with my own hand drafted pattern. This project was part of a Visual Communications VCE course for my final year of secondary school.
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