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Topic: Bandhini Pillowcase style dress - With Mini-Tute  (Read 1565 times)
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luxi_here
« on: May 12, 2010 05:22:59 AM »



Yet another pillowcase style dress using Bandhini fabric (left over after making a tunic for myself). I love this style of dress for all it takes is 20 minutes.



Mini-Tute (Just instructions, didn't take pics while cutting and sewing, this is an adhoc tute so bear with me, actually its quite simple so just words should do, feel free to clarify if required)

    • Actually make a rectangle whose  width of twice chest measurement ( on fold / 2 pieces)
      The length of rectangle as desired + 1 inch for folding on top + 1 inch for hem fold

      Prepare spaghetti straps using self fabric or any contrast fabric as desired

      Leave 3-4 inches on top side seam and finish the rest of the seam. Turn raw edges using facing or self-fold for the initial 3-4 inches (left open for armsyce

      Make casing on top ; insert the spagetti strap through casing on front and back;

      Tie them up; You are ready to go...!!



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vikingmom
« Reply #1 on: May 12, 2010 06:31:43 AM »

SO CUTE! I alway love all the cute stuff you make.
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bethnrick
« Reply #2 on: May 15, 2010 03:11:39 AM »

Lovely!
Such a breezy idea for summer!
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