Shift dress

Added Sep 19, 2007

by senasews

Koblenz, Germany

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Description

These are two variations of the same pattern. The pattern I used is a classical shift dress from an old burda magazine.

For the first one I used tweed and applied lace to the collar and the seam. For the second one I used a dark brown velvet with a floral print.

Material Notes

tweed, velvet

Difficulty

Novice

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    Sep 19, 2007, 09.07 AMby lilo

    looks great, I love the one from velvet with flowers

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    Sep 19, 2007, 07.48 AMby wyn

    I love it! Totally my style. I’m going to start making more dresses, and I love the shift!

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    Sep 19, 2007, 06.51 AMby lauriana

    That’s funny, last year I made a skirt in the exact same velvet fabric ;)

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