09/2011 Geometric Sheath Dress

Added Sep 19, 2011

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Munich, Germany

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Step 1 Cutting out

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Crêpe:
1 front insert, on a fold 1x
2 centre front 2x
3 side front 2x
4 back 2x
5 centre front skirt panel,
  on a fold 1x
6 side front skirt panel 2x
7 centre back skirt panel 2x
8 side back skirt panel 2x
9 sleeve 2x
Lining: piece 3 to lining line and pieces 2 and 4.
Interfacing: See pattern layout. Iron Vilene Bias Tape/stay tape to wrong sides of neck edges.

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    Oct 17, 2011, 04.37 PMby Jacqueline Nusko

    I am making this and I am having some concerns about how to fit the bodice. Can someone help with how to fit the integrated flaps in while expanding the bust size?

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      Nov 26, 2011, 07.07 PMby squirrellypoo

      Jacqueline – I just finished sewing the main construction of this today (just finishing left to do!). If you’re doing an FBA, cut the flaps off piece 3 along the lining line. Treat that curved seam between pieces 3 and 2 like it’s a standard princess seam. When you’ve got the fit right, tape the flap (wings) back onto the edge of piece 3 and go from there.

      I found the fit of this to be a bit on the small side, just fyi – you may want to use fabric with a bit of stretch or just up a size. Or if you don’t mind a bit tight and low, this dress is totally va-va-voom! ;)

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