Added Jul 5, 2013
The fabric was bought for a blouse but then I thought that it’s so pity to cut those flowers and, having 1.10 cm of length, I was able to make the simplest dress that didn’t need any intricate pattern.
As I don’t like shapeless things but at the same time had to preserve the print uncut and avoid too much fitting, I had to find the balance in my outfit. I found the appropriate pattern where the side tucks from the waist line made the slightest expected fitting and modified the shoulder line (see on the picture). Besides I made a drop cut-out on the back.
Thus it was born:)
Made of reps with coupon print, it took me 1.40 cm x 1.10 cm. The armholes are processed with chiffon bias binding.
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