Added Feb 10, 2010
Many of you may have seen this already – I posted it on Craftster about two years ago based off of Rostitchery’s infamous infinity dress. The pattern is here:
I made this for my high school graduation. We had to wear white, floor-length, non-strapless, non-bedazzled dresses (impossible, right? Everything has a rhinestone on it now.) I found this pattern and decided it would be perfect, and tied it in the grecian style. It was very easy – only a couple of seams.
For my particular version of this dress, the skirt was cut on the bias for a better drape; because it was floor-length, however, it was done in two pieces, not a circle skirt, so it has side seams. Also, my straps were doubled over for more coverage and finishing since this was for a formal event. The skirt was not hemmed.
2-way stretch jersey knit in white
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