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« on: June 18, 2009 08:06:23 AM »


I know how to make the infinity dress. I can alter the skirt to be fitted or circle. My question is this. On this website they say that this is a "one size fits all" dress. It goes from size 2 thru 16. How do you make it one size? Is that simply based on the fabric? Do you make the waist opening small enough for a two and yet the fabric stretchy enough for a 16? I am slightly confused.

If any of you can shed some light on this, it would help.

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« Reply #1 on: June 18, 2009 12:04:19 PM »


I visited the web site

I think you're right when point to the fabric (rayon spandex) as the explanation for the "one size", but not only that, but the dress, in the bodice part, has no seams, it's a kind of a fabric band that you use in a way or another around you for an effect or another, I mean, the bodice is not limitated to a size being a band of fabric...

look here, at this web site theydescribe the rayon spandex going from 150 to 180 cm width range, so I think what you say about the waist opening it's because of the fabric.

I think maybe the biggest size won't be able to try all the possibilities, or maybe yes,
in any case, the dress won't look the same in bigger sizes

It's more interesting than nice.
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