Added Jun 26, 2008
So this is my first Burdastyle creation. I needed a dress for a party in school, so I decided I’d give it a go. I don’t consider myself a good sewer so I was a bit scared at first. I’m from Estonia so the instructions were a bit hard to follow, but somehow I made it. I’m very pleased with the result. I didn’t do the second lair to give it a more glamorous look. I also invented the belt myself, that’s why it looks a bit funny. And the sewings on the shoulders are terrible, luckily it can’t be seen on this pictures;)
I really don’t know and even if I did in Estonian I wouldn’t know it in English.
My sister for helping me understand the instructions.
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