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1  Re: Wedding Gowns for the... um.. ample? lol in Clothing for Curvaceous Craftsters: Discussion and Questions by bcgrote on: September 02, 2006 05:04:17 PM
I agree, David's Bridal ROCKS for all sizes.

Actually, I went to a local bridal shop and asked what they had in my size.  After a good fitting, I ended up with this for about $300 including the alterations!

These pix are funky stretched out weird, and you really can't see the beading detail all over the skirt part, it's a beautiful dress!!!

Side view:

And I couldn't find gloves that I liked to cover my hairy hands, so I dolled up some fingerless ones from David's:

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2  Re: Costume-a-long (large img, sorry) in Clothing Sewalongs by bcgrote on: August 27, 2006 11:30:54 PM
Wow, reminds me... 2 years ago,we went to a September showing of Little Shop of Horrors.  We made the misatke of asking my buddy's 10 year old daughter what she wanted to be for Halloween on the way home.  Of COURSE, she said she wanted to be Twoey.

Well, we pulled a 16 hour sew-a-thon, using the Simplicity Fish head costume, but whew!  We made an award winning Twoey costume!

It had a few balance problems, but she put her bag of goodies behind her head, and it worked great!  She even got her long coveted trophy for most humorous! 

Such fun to make, too!  Here I am being eaten by Twoey!  Oooooooh!  Somewhere that's green!
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