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Topic: Modern Hanbok-style Dress  (Read 12738 times)
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« Reply #10 on: March 22, 2007 02:07:41 PM »

Okay, guys.. I looked around a bit more and decided that the original dresses weren't appealing as much, soo..

I checked more of Lee Young Hee's dresses and I found another beautiful one..

Can anyone tell me which fabric to use (on top and bottom)? Oh and I would like color suggestions, too!

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« Reply #11 on: March 31, 2007 02:22:56 AM »

Sorry, I can't really be much help because I'm more of a knitter than a sewer. I just wanted to say, wow! Those dresses are GORGEOUS! I'm also Korean and likewise interested in hanbok and hanbok interpretations. I hope that you can finish the dress!

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« Reply #12 on: April 11, 2007 01:54:03 PM »

Hey guys,

I REALLY, REALLY need help on the top part of the dress shown above Sad

I need some sort of a pattern or drawing to make that top-breast part.. I never knew it could be so hard to get the perfect fit!

Please! My prom is in three days !!  Shocked
« Reply #13 on: April 11, 2007 09:54:44 PM »

O _ O ;; oooohh

she's the costume designer for 궁 !

anyways, for the top part of that dress, why don't you make a basic bodice and sew the wrappy parts at the sides .. and then wrap them around and tie them into a bow at the back? gawd, i dunno how to describe what i'm trying to say.

so what you'd do is you make the long strappy bits and then before you sew the two bodice parts together, you'd insert them at the sides, and then sew it all up, so when you turn it right side out, the strappy bits would be hanging out the sides. then you'd just wrap it around yourself.

i dont even know if that would work. but theoretically, it sounds right.
hope that helps ..

have fun at prom ^__^

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