So here are the pictures. I did the halter bodice with the knee length skirt.
I made a mistake with the elastic, so I had to add darts to both sides to get it to fit, but now that I see that the zipper is messed up I will go back and fix it.
pile of flesh description: Women's/Women's petite dress in 2 lengths with bodice variations.
Sizes: I used the 18-32W size one, I'm not sure how small it goes.
How were the instructions?
Very simple to understand. I did find it a little confusing at first since it is all separated into different pieces. Keep in mind that this was my second sewing project of all time, so you have to give me a little break
. I did the halter top with the knee length skirt. I did screw up the elastic part, but again, it was my second attempt. So basically it was very self explanatory, I didn't have any trouble with the directions. The pile of flesh directions are separated into the different bodices and then sleeves and then the skirt, but if I can figure it out, then someone with more experience will have no trouble.
I liked how the pile of flesh and the fabric look on me. I like the pictures to help you out in case you get stuck.
Fabric used: 100% Cotton, I did forget to pre-shrink, but in the end it was a little big in the bodice area because of my mistakes in sizing and the elastic.
I didn't do any changes to the design.
Would I make it again?
Yes, it is a pretty simple and versatile design due to like 10 combinations of bodices with skirts.
I hope that gives you enough information, if you have questions, just ask.