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Been a while since I last made a tutorial, noticed that the links to the past tutorials are a bit messy (oops!)
Petite Ai and Pippos Sundress Pattern & Tutorial
Booklet contains much of the information shown on website pages: Measurements and Fitting and
Analyze the costume I've selected this gown from Spring 1882 to work with, from "Victorian Fashions and Costumes from Harpers Bazar 1867-1898," part of the Dover Pictorial Archive Series.
Okay so today while I was drafting some patterns I decided to do a skirt tutorial.
First and foremost, there is quite a bit of math that goes into this tutorial. I am sorry if it gets complicated for you, but you need to be able to do some geometry and basic arithmetic to make sure your skirt fits you. I will try and make an excel document with formulas in it so you can just input your measurements soon!
As promised... I've been doing commisions for this oeverskirt for some time now and so far, I have very positive feedback. As much as I'd like to take in more commisions, I also like to share what little knowledge I have with the community. This is the first tutorial I've ever made, so if you don't understand something or have a question, please don't hesitate to ask. What you need: 1. at least 2 1/2 yards of material. preferrably 3 yards just to be safe. 2. sewing machine 3. seger (optional) 4. sewing stuff (obviously) Pattern - I've divided the pattern into four. please note that the measuremnts I am using is for a 17.5 inch length. if you wanna make it longer/shorter just add/subtract and inch or two from the ruffles and main skirt. 1.
Gathered Sleeve One-piece Dress Tutorial A guide to making this style of one-piece: Fairly easy, although some familiarity with using patterns and basic making-up will be needed.
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