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1  Re: Promalong - Making your own Prom dress? Join the club! in Clothing Sewalongs by givethem_monday on: May 22, 2008 10:06:21 AM
Here are some pics! Prom was Saturday.. I finished my dress when my date was in the room with me. haha



good one of the back


this one from the side..




the bodice..


here's a good one of the corset

The ruffles at the bottom I did the day of prom which is why they aren't as good looking as they could have been. And I didn't topstitch the top of the bodice which pissed me off cause you can see the lining. I also wish I could have had more tulle so the petti would have held up better. And the damn grommets kept popping out of place. No one noticed though.. It was well received. I was happy. Maybe I'll bleach it and add some lace when I want to get married. haha
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2  Black and White Gingham Dress in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by givethem_monday on: August 26, 2006 09:13:08 PM
This dress was so fun to make.
I lost weight and had to put ties in the back which look even cuter than just a zipper.
McCall's M4828

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3  Olive and Curtain Vest! in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by givethem_monday on: August 26, 2006 08:44:01 PM
From scratch. This came out so well. I just wish it wasn't so poofy. Winter will welcome it though. I was told the floral looks like curtain fabric. It's really uphostery fabric.


side detail.

the inside is all the cream flower fabric. I was planning on it being reversible but the all-around floral just looks obnoxious.
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4  Re: Flowy Dress With Contrast Fabrics now with tutorial that works! in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by givethem_monday on: August 26, 2006 08:07:16 PM
my rendition. THANK YOU for the tutorial.. I wear this thing all the time.
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5  Monroe Dress in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by givethem_monday on: August 19, 2006 10:32:28 AM
My first post! I've been reading for a while, never posting because I don't have a camera to take pictures of anything. Today I used my sister's phone camera, I apologize for the poor quality. Well, I discovered Rag Shop one day restocked and AWESOME. So to the finally-in-stock jersey section I went. Bought me some navy jersey and thread and got sewing. I decided against a pattern and just winged this one. I wanted a circle skirt dress that sat on my waist because I actually have one. I made the skirt and realized that I didn't have much fabric left. There was a medium sized square and a whole bunch of curved triangle pieces left over from the circle. So I used the square for the back (which is just a plain piece, not pictured) and a piece in the front. Used the triangles for the boobie pieces. Tied leftovers of the boob pieces in a knot in the front and that's the dress! Hope you like it!

my basement and my sister's beautious photography

my bathroom and my tiny mirror

I'd love feedback, I'm so happy how this dress came out.
EDIT; Pictures better? I really need a camera
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