Retro-Flirty Girl

Added May 4, 2009

by just1complex...

Tarzana, Califor...

Missing

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Description

This is the very first dress I made. I had extra fabric left over from a wallet I made for a gift. (Neon green)… I was really proud of how welll it came out… This was also the first time I used elastic, and the first time I draped.

Material Notes

Elastic.

Difficulty

Novice

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    May 4, 2009, 08.01 PMby lola23

    I’ve just made a dress like this last week! Only I used denim for the skirt. This is a great idea for another party style…maybe I will make another.

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    May 4, 2009, 05.19 PMby just1complexsoul

    @diddledod I made sure I had enough fabric so that when stitched and pulled (I don’t remember the proper name for it, but its the same way that you make ruffles) and while I was sewinf onto the elastic, I made sure I stretched the elastic to fit the fabric.

    @prad7carm I didn’t use any “how-to” for this one…It was all by trial and error. Luckily it was less error :-)

    thanks so mcuh for the compliments everyone!!

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    May 4, 2009, 01.55 PMby yellowquil

    Love the color too! It goes great with your skin tone.

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    May 4, 2009, 12.35 PMby prad7carm

    Love the color!!! Did you use the how to for draping?

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    May 4, 2009, 11.18 AMby diddledod

    i love this dress!!! i’ve been trying to make a dress just like this! how did you attached the skirt to the elastic waist?

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