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Crinkle Knit Anda Variation

Added Aug 26, 2008

by erdronen

Cincinnati, Ohio...






This is a variation of Anda, I altered the top portion to have a low V and shorter shoulders and sewed the skirt on separately (harder than I thought). I used elastic rather than a drawstring. I also lined the bodice as the fabric is somewhat sheer. Oh yeah, and that’s a cami underneath because it’s a bit too low.

Material Notes

blue crinkle knit from Walmart ($0.50/yd!), elastic




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    Aug 27, 2008, 11.52 PMby kiiro

    I LOVE it!!

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    Aug 27, 2008, 10.50 AMby sass-a-frass

    really cute! i agree with camilaustral, please do a how to!

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    Aug 26, 2008, 11.45 PMby sukiwoon

    Nice work! Nice transformation! Will try to make one for myself! ___

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    Aug 26, 2008, 09.36 PMby erdronen

    Thank you! I might be able to do a “how to” in a while. Right now I’ve got some other stuff going on. But, really you just have to alter the top portion of the dress – take the shoulders in (I think about 1.5"), and cut down from the shoulders for the V. I did it in two separate pieces for the front and then overlapped. You also have to make sure the shoulders on the back and front pieces are the same width at the seam allowance. I cut the skirt separately and once the entire bodice was put together, attached the skirt, and then did the elastic as it says in the pattern (over the skirt seam). If you need clarification let me know!

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    Aug 26, 2008, 06.57 PMby camilaustral

    oh i loooove it!!!! you look GREAT. could you make a “how to” please!!!! :)

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