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Every pattern can be changed into a draped pattern with little extra fancy details. As You know how easy this works, You can start changing every pattern to the up to date draped Style.

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    Apr 3, 2012, 12.45 PMby Sewing And Style

    It would make this technique invaluable if you added a photo of an actual draped skirt to see what it might look like, instead of a paper version.

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    Mar 8, 2012, 09.00 AMby njdj123

    Can someone help me? I am trying to make my bridesmaids dresses and Iknow what I want but I don’t know what it’s called. It’s like those pleats, sort of, but they are at the side-front, creating a dip in the fabric in layers. It’s like a cowl in the abdomen area. Does that make sense? It’s draping in the front. Gathered from the sides slightly to create the effect. I know I sound like an idiot but I truly do create great pieces with trial and error. I don’t know the terminology but I can do it if explained. Please help. Thank-you so much. N.J.

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    Jul 13, 2010, 08.45 AMby chiltern82

    I like this, need to hide tummy!

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