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My teal convertible dress

Added Aug 6, 2009

by kiki27

Freiburg, Germany






I loved the convertible/ infinity dress so much, I just had to make one myself! The instructions and how to by scriptandserif are really great!

Material Notes

Teal jersey




Garment Type


scriptandserif’s how to for the convertible dress

rostitchery’s tutorial

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    Aug 8, 2009, 02.26 PMby ed2122

    This looks awesome! How did you lengthen the tube of the dress? Did you make the circle skirt longer or add a top to it? I want to make one just like yours!

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      Aug 8, 2009, 05.42 PMby kiki27

      In her how-to scriptandserif describes how to make the waist band. That was the tube I meant and that I “lengthened” ( I made it about 25 cm / 10 inches long). I just realized that it really is said so in the how-to (scriptandserif’s, not rostitchery’s).

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    Aug 7, 2009, 11.26 PMby sianysiany

    I always liked this style of dress, but was put off making it because many of the versions showed that it had an open back which is no good if you can’t get away with not wearing a bra (like me!) But the third picture (the strapless version) looks great! I might make one now!

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      Aug 8, 2009, 06.04 AMby kiki27

      Hey SianySiany,
      open backs aren’t my way either. I need the support, at least with a strapless bra, and I don’t really want my bra to show. I lengthened the tube within the dress so that it would cover me up. Maybe this helps you ; )

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    Aug 7, 2009, 06.35 PMby leslie

    Great job..looks great!

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