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Time And Relative Dimension In Sewing

Added Dec 14, 2011

by Ezzles

Sydney, Australia

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Description

I found this awesome TARDIS fabric on the wonderful Spoonflower and decided it had to be mine, especially since I was planning to go to the Doctor Who Experience in London. What more perfect an outfit than something covered in TARDISes?

I ordered two yards, so I definitely needed a contrast fabric if I wanted a dress. I had to get VERY creative laying out the pattern so I could actually cut out all the pieces I needed of the print, especially given that it’s directional.

I will update the pattern info and get some better-lit detail photos when I’m back in Australia.

Difficulty

Novice

Categories

Season
Spring, Summer
For
Women
Garment Type
Dress
Style
Casual, Geek
Material
Cotton

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    Jan 5, 2012, 10.24 AMby Ezzles

    Thank you both! This is my favourite dress yet that I’ve made, and not just because I’m such a giant Doctor Who geek!

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    Jan 4, 2012, 09.59 PMby squirrellypoo

    Ooh I love it!! I think the contrast really suits it – the print all by itself would be too much on a dress, I think, and you matched the colour perfectly! :)

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    Dec 16, 2011, 04.50 AMby ivorykohl

    Love this so much!!!

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