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1  CLOTHING / Clothing for Curvaceous Craftsters: Completed Projects / Re: Simplicity 3741: The Skulls-n-Roses Dress on: June 15, 2008 09:17:28 PM
Did you use this pattern for your wedding dress?? I demand pictures!

I'm totally using this pattren for my wedding dress.  It's maybe 80% done now, hopefully I'll be able to finish it in the next few weeks (or failing that at least before the wedding in August).

I promise pics!
2  CLOTHING / Clothing for Curvaceous Craftsters: Completed Projects / Re: Simplicity 3741: The Skulls-n-Roses Dress on: May 24, 2008 07:30:00 PM
I love love love this dress.  I love the idea of taking a simple pattern and dressing it up with fabulous fabric.

I bought this pattern and several others for ideas for my wedding dress, as I wanted something simple.  Thankfully I found this post!  I would have ended up making it waaay too short if I hadn't read it.  I'm 6' so I ended up needing it to be a little longer than the B view to hit me at the knee (I would have made the C view without your experience.)

All the other patterns I bought ended up looking awful on my figure.  This is definitly the way to go for larger gals.  I think it's really flattering on a large bust,  It's hard to find a summer dress that looks good and doesn't call too much attention to your chest!

The pattern was super easy to work with, and I added some more fullness to the skirt.  I was also inspired by what you did with the neckline and did something similar. 

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