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1  Re: How would I go about making this mini dress? in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by Ikkerina on: March 30, 2006 07:41:01 AM
You know I was recently thinking about making a dress like this myself.  Smiley

About the back, I think you'll just need to cut your fabric bigger and gather it above the butt to get the poofy look.

If I understand what Caterina said, I *think* this should be a pattern. I'm not too good at this yet though.  Roll Eyes The red scribbles are the places that needs gathering.  Smiley
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2  tulle petticoat in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by Ikkerina on: March 22, 2006 11:01:53 AM

My second try at doing clothes, inspired by Thumbelina's lovely skirt.

Tutorial I used is here, although I don't want to see the page again because then I feel like my version, er, sucks.  Wink

I've handsewn the whole thing and I still need to hem the 3 metres of tulle. Oh screw. The satin fabric I used is a little sheer but I'll buy some short white leggings for underneath.  Smiley

Any comments/constructive criticism?
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3  diy panties... %@#! in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by Ikkerina on: March 12, 2006 11:27:15 AM
Well I'm pretty much new to sewing, (and quite new to craftster. Hello everyone!  Grin) and when I saw this "hanty" tutorial (http://www.max.hi-ho.ne.jp/hotaru/panty/) I just had to try it. Unfortunatly the lady's English is hard for me to understand (I speak Dutch) so I stopped following the tutorial after I printed out the pattern.  Cheesy That's probably why mine looks a tad different.

Oh and it's my first sewing project. It was a bitch. But that's ok.  Wink

It looks a bit uneven but that's just me being crooked.  Grin

PS: Yes that IS my butt. Yikes.  Cheesy
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