Added Jun 20, 2008
i actually first saw this dress on twobirds bridesmaid, and thought “hmm..there must be a way for me to make this dress..”
months later, i stumbled upon scriptandserif’s tutorial about how to make this very dress :D must be fate.
so, here’s my attempt on making the infamous convertible dress (using normal sewing machine, btw, since i don’t have a serger).
i looooove it, and will prolly make more using other colours & possibly print patterns :)
more than 3 meters of some stretch fabric (i dunno what it’s called! sorry..), which i bought for only 6 euros since they said there’re some production errors on it (not that i can see any error on it myself ;D)
scriptandserif for answering my prayers & posting this wonderful tutorial!
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