No real pattern dress

Added Feb 4, 2008

by zzory

Varna, Bulgaria

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Description

This is my attempt for ownclose fitted model dress. What I’ve done: I’ve glued Lydia for the upper part and basic pencil skirt pattern for the lower part. The ruffles were my idea for adding an accent.

Material Notes

Knit fabric, ribbon

Difficulty

Novice

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    Oct 2, 2008, 12.40 PMby scisew

    That is quite something! I’ve been looking for some way to turn the lydia into a sweater dress – fabulous!

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    Sep 30, 2008, 09.18 PMby jmhair

    I wish I was brave enough to rock this dress! Get it, girl!

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    Feb 4, 2008, 10.23 PMby meadow

    Another great dress! Beautiful and such a perfect fit. I agree with Benedikta, totally awesome you combined 2 patterns – and your ruffle addition really makes it.

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    Feb 4, 2008, 04.47 PMby benedikta

    This really is quite something. I think that is so awesome that you used two totally separate patterns and made such a cool dress out of it..!

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    Feb 4, 2008, 08.31 AMby zzory

    I don’t really have any tips – the knit fabric is not so elastic, the red jersey, also. Maybe my machine don’t has problems with sewing those type fabrics and I don’t have expirience with really elastic ones.

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