Added Jan 20, 2009
Wellington, New ...
I saw the rostitchery infinity dress and really liked it – but I’m not a fan of the circle skirt, and I also had some asian material I really wanted to make something with. So I got brave and started sewing! I did not really follow the pattern or the how-to on this site, but they gave me lots of info on how it is supposed to go together. I made the straps shorter and bulkier to suit the material I had, and the skirt more a-line, and the waistband/bodice longer to hide my fat! I’m pleased with how it turned out – it is my second time trying to make clothes.
silky material for the straps, stretchy shiney material for the rest
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