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My Moulage Dress Form

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Camera Canon Canon PowerShot SX260 HS
Exposure Time 1/60
F-Stop 3.5
ISO 800

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Patternmaking Basics: The Bodice Sloper taught by Suzy Furrer

Accelerate your fashion design evolution. Create a moulage and use it to make a custom-fit bodice sloper the foundation for personalized patternmaking.

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Here are some details about my project:
Category Sewing
Type Accessory
Sizing Women
Style Cute, Classic
leeking81 on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? Muslin, Gesso, Mod-Podge, Acrylic paint, pvc pipes and wood.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Just go for it with a CAN DO attitude!

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Thanks for the info. I was able to use some material I hade around the house to make my dress form stand. I will try to send a picture to you later. Yvonne

10/06/2014 Flag

You are certainly welcome ! Glad to hear you made a stand for your dress form. looking forward to the picture.

10/10/2014 Flag

I love your DF...well done! I appreciate your attitude and this year I'll make the time to make my own. Thanks for the inspiration. May I ask what did you use at the bottom to hold your from... classy indeed! Take Care!

10/14/2014 Flag

Thank you jcphillips for the nice comment and you are very welcome. At the bottom of the DF I used PVC plumbing that is used to connect Toilets in some way, I cannot remember the name of it but you can get it a Lowes at the toilet section. You can look at the picture of my DF and get an idea what you will be buying, remember to test to see if your PVC pipe fits before buying. This is then attached to a circular piece of wood that came off a plant stand I had laying around. You can also use a square piece of wood like the ones on the other DF. I have also added wheels at the bottom. Good luck on your project and let me know how it goes.

11/08/2014 Flag

You've done an incredibly beautiful job!! So smooth. I'm in awe. I've made two duct tape forms in the past, but I've never been able to make something that looks this well!!

11/01/2014 Flag

Thank you so much Becky, I really appreciate all the comments. I have a new idea in my head to perfect it even more, will post some new pictures on my finish project when I am done.

11/08/2014 Flag

Looks fabulous!

03/08/2015 Flag

Thanks Stacey!

03/13/2015 Flag