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Retro Azalea Dress

Added Apr 28, 2008

by bellinda81

Toowoomba, Austr...






Azalea dress without top layer. Had a bit of trouble getting the top facing sitting nicely till I found a how to on an all in one facing. This is great!! I’m going to use it all the time with sleeveless dresses/tops. It looks so much more professional. How to link:

Material Notes

Stretch material, white belt buckle from lincraft for $2.95





Burda 6004

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    Apr 28, 2008, 05.15 PMby bellinda81

    Thanks for the nice comments. I made the pattern a size smaller as I was using stretch fabric, this is probably why it looks more fitted than some of the other Azalea dresses. I also omitted the zip as I used stretch fabric. This is such a great pattern, when I have a chance I want to make the original version too!

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    Apr 28, 2008, 04.15 PMby oonaballoona

    oh cool, did it turn out slimmer because the bottom layer was slimmer? just saw one without the bottom layer, now it’s like 2 totally different patterns. looks awesome!

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    Apr 28, 2008, 07.33 AMby nenasew

    I love this dress. Looks like you made the azalea more fitted.

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    Apr 28, 2008, 04.16 AMby polychromatin

    So cool! You used very nice fabrics and it fits you so nicely!

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    Apr 28, 2008, 03.20 AMby jadestar

    Very nice. I like it!! :)

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    Apr 28, 2008, 03.19 AMby OnYourHead

    Veryy nice!!!good job:)

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