Fabric – Sugar lace and soft net and bridal satin
Quantity – Sugar lace 3.5 yards
- Sugar lace 3.5 yards
- Soft net 20 yards
- Bridal satin 5 yards
- Lining 5 yards
Colour -Beige, gold, and cream.
Other material used
- Air stay
Some time ago I talked about the secret behind pieces designs, click here for further Reading
I told you there are several ways to cut it.using that same principle let’s talk about making a dress instead of a skirt.
Dresses are a combination of the bodice and the skirt block together. So if you can draft a blouse simply extend the length to include the skirt block. 6-pieces dress means 3 pieces in front 4 pieces at the back because of the zip.
I will start with the 3 blocks in front. All we are expected to do here is divide our statistics into 2 for the front block and back. Then further divide the front block measurement into 3 and the back block measurement into 4 (because of the zip at the back).
When spread open fabric should look like this
At the neck area, there is a band detail there so let’s cut it out now.
The Back Block
The back block is different from the front block for two major reasons
- The bust area in the front block has space for the bust while the back block is cut out straight without space.
- The front block is cut into 3, the center back is cut into 2 to accommodate the zip.
Also, the ban detail is not at the back.
The sleeve is added.
Also, the gathers is added
I sure did enjoy wearing this very beautiful dress for my birthday
Thanks to everyone for showing me love on my birthday. It’s now I know the meaning of being a public figure. As much as I tried, i couldn’t reply all your prayers and comments.so here is one very big thank you from us all at Valisimo Fashions.
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