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« Reply #1130 on: March 20, 2008 11:02:56 PM »

This is freakin awesome. I just spend the past 2 hours reading, looking at pics, etc. I am going to buy dark turquoise and blank jersey fabric tomorrow, hopefully, and get started right away.
Who cares about homework? I'm about to graduate from college and need some dresses for grad parties! Well...I guess I should complete my coursework so I actually graduate. I should've majored in Craftology...
I will post pics as soon as I make my dress(es)! Grin Grin Grin

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« Reply #1131 on: March 22, 2008 07:03:14 AM »

haha yeah i went to walmart too!  i got a silky grape coloured jersey from walmart for $1 a yard, there were eight on the bolt, and so i got the whole thing!  i finally got myself some ball-pointed needles too, for the stretch fabric.  (and ball-pointed pins!)  this will be used for my test-dress for graduation.  of course, when im done ill cut it knee-length and wear it to school Cheesy

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« Reply #1132 on: March 29, 2008 11:36:59 PM »

This is the second one I made. The skirt part is an old bed sheet.
I wore this on Easter.
Thank you so much for the link to the tutorial!
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« Reply #1133 on: March 30, 2008 01:46:14 PM »

i finished my graduation dress prototype that i mentioned earlier!  i messed up twice because i made the angle between the straps too huge. 

i made the floor-length bias skirt and it looked great!  i just cut on the diagonal with a heck of a lot of fabric, used 2 seams, and it worked very well.  after mistake #2 with the straps, though, when i had to rip it all out, i just took out the long skirt and replaced it with a circle skirt so it was more casual for wearing out.  here it is!

the last picture is the way i plan to wear it for graduation.  it will be all white, floor length, and afterwards ill chop it knee length and dip-dye it!

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« Reply #1134 on: March 30, 2008 03:39:44 PM »

This is the second one I made. The skirt part is an old bed sheet.
I wore this on Easter.
Thank you so much for the link to the tutorial!

That looks awesome on you!  I love that you used a different fabric for the skirt.  Great job!!

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« Reply #1135 on: March 31, 2008 08:12:08 AM »

That looks great rachelily and I love the bottom of yours onecraftybean

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« Reply #1136 on: April 01, 2008 03:21:26 PM »


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« Reply #1137 on: April 02, 2008 11:16:28 AM »

I was just wondering, do you cut out your straps first or do you cut out the skirt part?
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« Reply #1138 on: April 02, 2008 11:36:11 AM »

I made this dress this summer, (before I was pregnant) and it looked lovely. I pulled it out the other day and wore the elastic like an empire waistline above my 8 month pregnant belly and it made a beautiful maternity dress. I must say though, with all the wrapping and ties it does make me look bigger than I am, but that's okay since the belly is beautiful. The skirt pulls up a little more in the front too so I wouldn't recommend wearing it on a windy day. I used extra wide elastic in mine so I think it will also make a really great postpartum dress since the elastic gives me quite a bit of support.
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« Reply #1139 on: April 03, 2008 08:23:23 AM »

rostitchery- Am I right in understanding your tutorial- The waist band is behind the straps, and never is really seen? It is just there to hold up the skirt and to finish it off it the way you wear your dress does not have a back or so?

I think this all makes sense then.

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