Added Dec 15, 2011
North Hobart, Au...
I made this dress to wear to my husbands formal work dinner. I used material I had in my stash from an op shop – some kind of jersey stuff. It’s lined in black jersey. It has side splits and no zip. I used a cowl neck dress pattern but made it longer and used the sash around the waist to give it shape. Very comfy to wear too. That’s my gorgeous husband with me in the photo xx. Total cost of dress about $15 – similar one in shop $400.
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