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« on: July 11, 2006 01:46:14 PM »

I cannot find a picture of it to SAVE.MY.LIFE.
it's annoying me profusely.
at any rate, I am dying to make this dress.
Just to remind you what it looks like:
it's a babydoll dress, the material looks like gold lame [I've got something cuter to use]. the top is empire waisted, just basically a thick band with a halter. The skirt is very, very gathered. one thing I'm puzzling about is that the top comes to an upside down V in the front, and I'm trying to remember if the fabric was all the same length and just came up in the front or if she adjusted it so that it would all be the same length on the bottom.
first question: does anyone remember?
second question: how would you go about doing that with fabric that is very, very gathered?

EDIT:
yay, ok, found one, albeit a very very small one..but still a picture, right!

hopefully this blogger person doesn't mind me using him as a host for my picture.
anyways.
now that I look at the dress again, it looks rather gently pointed upward. What do you think? did Chloe have to change the skirt length in the front any?
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chocolatewitch16
« Reply #1 on: July 11, 2006 02:53:21 PM »

omg I was thinking about how to make this dress earlier today
here's a bigger picture of it

i think it is one length but the back just lies lower than the front
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kaykayelle
« Reply #2 on: July 11, 2006 02:57:21 PM »

I capped it for you from the DVD.







That pictures posted above is probably better, though.
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« Reply #3 on: July 12, 2006 02:34:09 PM »

Chocolatewitch16: cool, thanks for the picture!
apparently that guy didn't appreciate it..it no longer works. :p
I'm thinking of making it with white fabric with pink stripes that I have [thin pink stripes]. I like the idea of a patch pocket better, maybe square.
I think I might gather it a bit more than it is, but I like the overall shape of it. I also might put a wee bit more fabric on top. I'm not as brave about that sort of thing.  Wink
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