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81  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / Re: Help me make this dress before Dec 19 on: November 24, 2005 06:45:50 PM
Wow, that dress is really georgeous!  Well, you could see if you could find a pattern?  If you can't find the exact one, then it's actually a simple looking dress (not to say it wouldn't take me 10 hours to make and completely mess up).  You can find a simple dress like that and add the stringy parts to the front and such-alter the pattern.  It would help with altering the pattern if you could find a sewing teacher to help you.  My sewing teacher really helps me to alter my patterns into whatever floats my boat.
82  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / Re: I'm a milkmaid? Summer time dress. TUTORIAL ADDED!! Warning- Very PIC HEAVY! on: November 24, 2005 03:23:35 PM
I love that!  I'm definately printing out this tutorial!  Of course, since I'm not exactly super skilled at sewing yet, I might wait until sewing class so i can have help making that.    That dress is just so cute, though, and it looks really great on you   Smiley
83  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / Re: Romanish dress and icecream skirt on: November 24, 2005 02:55:56 PM
Oh my gosh!   Shocked  That skirt is so cute!  Where on earth did you find that fabric?  I love it.   Smiley  And the dress is georgeous, too-I can't believe you made it so seemingly easily.  I've been making a lot of simple little skirts from old T-shirts lately, and the butt part is really tight.  Should I just make the skirt get wider in the back?  Or should I make it wider in the back or the front as it starts going down (since there's also such thing as hips)?  And then the part below my yolk is also tighter than I would like it to be, as I would like it to fluff out like cotton candy.  Err...well, no, but I woouldn't like it tight.  Should I make that even wider, or just as wide as the widest part of the yolk (which would be the bottom)?  Sorry for all of the questions.   Embarrassed
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