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Mesh Cutout Dress

Added Jul 12, 2015

by Kirstin Bozyk

Hemet, Californi...






I used a BurdaStyle envelope for this one. The waist is a little wavy, and the cut outs aren’t quite even but I think it’s still a fun dress that’s versatile and stylish.

Material Notes

Stretch mesh, jersey




Garment Type

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    Jul 14, 2015, 01.24 PMby nrobson

    its wonderful! i want to do something like this =D

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    Jul 13, 2015, 04.14 PMby Ellen Hatteland

    Very stylish my friend! You look fabulous!

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    Jul 12, 2015, 08.32 PMby izbott

    The mesh looks good with the dress. I like it on you. It a really neat pattern!

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    Jul 12, 2015, 06.23 PMby Cheryl Scott

    Very classy interpretation and looks great on you! Wonderful job!

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      Jul 12, 2015, 06.42 PMby Kirstin Bozyk

      Thank you, Cheryl! What a sweet compliment. I’m trying to class up my wardrobe so your words mean a lot. <3

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    Jul 12, 2015, 05.09 PMby Mary Athey

    Lovely dress, I have seen a white version of this so I bought the pattern. I think the patterns fabulous and you have made a dress that looks great on you from it x

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      Jul 12, 2015, 05.25 PMby Kirstin Bozyk

      Thank you so much! White would be pretty. I tried the halter version previously and was confused about what stretch binding was. They mean fold over elastic, not bias binding. Haha. I couldn’t fit it over my head. I like this version much better anyways :)

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      Jul 12, 2015, 08.04 PMby Mary Athey

      I always thought stretch binding was honemade binding cut on the bias? I bought myself a bias binder maker which is a cracking gadjet x

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      Jul 12, 2015, 08.32 PMby Kirstin Bozyk

      I want one of those. Usually most patterns I work with have bias pieces pre drafted. That would have worked even though I hate cutting them in jersey because of the curling!

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