Vogue 8577

Added Jun 29, 2010

by suzetewilliams

Linslade, United...

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Description

Here’s one I made earlier. The photographs aren’t that great, but hope it allows you to see well enough.
The dress itself was not too difficult to make, but I hated covering the buttons and my husband had to help with them and he did a good job too!

The dress is fully lined with anti-static lining.

Material Notes

Polyester
Rayon Lining fabric
Buttons

Difficulty

Intermediate

Categories

For
Women
Garment Type
Dress
Style
Casual, Classic
Material
Polyester, Rayon

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    Jun 30, 2010, 11.02 PMby staticstasy

    Oh wow this is perfect! I love it!

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    Jun 30, 2010, 06.00 AMby keren

    cool! I wonder where I can find button covering kits in Israel! It sounds like fun :-) Especially for jackets and dresses.

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    Jun 29, 2010, 03.24 PMby tamezdc

    Very nice dress, though it seems a little bit tight. Other than that, perfect!

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      Jun 29, 2010, 09.08 PMby suzetewilliams

      Yes, by the time I got to wear it, I had put on some weight, but nevermind… Thanks anyway.

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    Jun 29, 2010, 01.42 PMby wzrdreams

    Good job! This pattern is in my stash so I love seeing other dresses people have made with it. I love the color you chose.

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      Jun 29, 2010, 09.12 PMby suzetewilliams

      Thank you. It is much better looking than it looks in these photos (it’s a little tight on me now). I look forward to seeing yours. :-)

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    Jun 29, 2010, 01.19 PMby keren

    Great work! I love the buttons and the shape of the bodice. I have never made buttons covered by self fabric! Is it difficult? Do you have a tutorial you can recommend?

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      Jun 29, 2010, 09.11 PMby suzetewilliams

      Thank you. I actually thought that it was easy, but that wasn’t the case at first. Eventually I realised how to do it. I cut the fabric about half a centimetre outside of the button and then, gathered it around the edges with double threaded hand needle and pulled it until tight, then put the cover on and clicked it together. Don’t know if that makes sense…

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      Jun 29, 2010, 09.48 PMby kellykmcclain

      You can buy a button covering kit! I’ve actually never seen buttons to cover that don’t come with the “kit”. It’s super duper easy! The kit comes with a plastic thing and a little rubber “button presser” (that’s what I call it). You use the plastic thing to you lay your fabric on (after cutting it), then you top it off with the button and cap, and you use the little “button presser” to just squish it all together until it the cap clicks on! Super easy and no sewing needed!

    • Il_430xn_156061385_large

      Jun 30, 2010, 08.27 AMby suzetewilliams

      Good luck. I looked everywhere including the Internet and could not find them, so if you find one in Israel, please send me address of the shop :-).

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