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9 November, 2011

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    tracylou commented on the project 8 november 2011

    Thank you!

  • 08:52 PM

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    tracylou commented on the project 8 november 2011

    Thanx!

  • 08:47 PM

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    tracylou added the project Dress form from my own form
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    I took a class last fall over a weekend where we made dress forms molded from our own bodies. First we put a tight knitted tube over ourselves so that the paper tape wouldn’t stick to our skin. Th…

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    tracylou added the project 9 November 2011
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    Another a-line dress. This one has french darts which combine both the bust dart and waist-compression dart into one, slightly curved dart that starts a few centimeters below the waist. The fabric …

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8 November, 2011

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    tracylou added the project 8 november 2011
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    A-line dress with side bust darts in front and vertical darts in back. 3/4 sleeves, gathered at cuff. Self-drafted by the draping process.

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7 November, 2011

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    tracylou added the project 7 November 2011
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    Houndstooth, rayon jersey dress with cotton(?) bouclĂ©-like jacket. Both self drafted — the jacket was made by draping.

    PS sorry about the grainy pics — got a lot to learn here :)

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23 August, 2010

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    tracylou commented on the project white cowl top

    Beautiful top!!! How do you attach the third piece to the back (it is only across the back, isn’t it?).



7 March, 2010

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    tracylou commented on the project Little Dress

    Your dress looks wonderful and it fits you so well! How did you go about making the pattern — did you use a standard sloper or other method?



3 November, 2009

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    tracylou commented on the technique How to Make Bias Tape

    Thanks! I’ve used this, too and it works great. You can also press the seam allowance open before you cut the spiral strips.



11 October, 2009



31 July, 2009

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