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11  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / Take that cancer! on: May 16, 2011 12:18:58 PM
This is the first dress I made after recovering from cancer.. Its not my best but I really enjoyed making it.. I made my own pattern and used a fabric i found on sale.. I hope you like it Smiley



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12  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / A Reversible Nightmare! Pic Heavy.. on: November 30, 2010 11:32:00 AM
The idea behind this was to create a reversible dress for a busy day so if i couldn't go home and change and i had a party or a gig that night i could just go to the toilet, turn my dress inside out and be ready to go..! one side is a casual side and made from some vintage fabric of my grandma's and the other side is shiny and pink Smiley
theres a slit in the side too.. And ruffle sleeves..

I had to cut my face out of these piks cause my hair was seriously scary!













Hope You Like it Smiley
13  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / Bubble Tutu Tutorial (Edited) on: July 13, 2009 04:00:44 PM
Well i decided to make a tutu but then it was too long so i folded it up and it looked like a bubble thing, So anyway here it is...!



Sorry for the messy room...!




&& Heres how I made it...



So first you tack/loose stitch along the top of the tulle (or chosen material) and tie a knot at one end.

Pull the thread and this should start to gather the material. Tie a knot to hold it in place.



then you should be left with the beginnings of a long tutu...



Next, you fold the bottom upwards and sew onto the elastic
Elastic should be cut 1-2 inches smaller than your hip measurement.



Sew the open seam and you're done!
(Because I didn't want the seam showing, I hand sewed it, otherwise it can be done by machine.)



Ta Daa Smiley

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