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Comic Con Daughter's Dress

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Sewing Vintage: The Flirty Day Dress taught by Laura Nash

Master vintage sewing techniques and design details as you create a classic dress that's customized to complement your figure.

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What materials did you use? Knit fabric, tulle over skirt

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What are you most proud of? My daughter did all of the sewing!

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? My daughter wanted to go to comic con as lumpy space princess, I found the pattern and this class. She made design changes and did the sewing.

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I love, love, love the tulle overskirt. What a great idea! Good job!

08/08/2014 Flag

Great fit, love the color. I like how I finally found someone who made this dress in a almost exact size as me, being that the pattern only goes to size 18. I just purchased this class and am an amateur, please post tips on the adjustments you made.

08/24/2014 Flag

Jackie- I helped with the fitting. I have been slowly taking Craftsy fitting classes which makes a hugh difference in any garment. Additionally this forum is the best at helping each other out http://artisanssquare.com/sg/index.php We made a muslin in fabric that was similar to the one she actually wanted to use that I got from the thrift store (I graded the pattern up beforehand). If you're on Pinterest I can send you some fitting links that I like. I use my name, Cheryl Brewer, on Pinterest if you want to connect that way.

08/29/2014 Flag

I have been reading that a lot of folks will make a muslin, then take the muslin to someone to make alterations fir around $20. http://sewing.patternreview.com/cgi-bin/sewingclasses/board.pl

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