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This is the cutest little set for a little girl for an Easter dress or Mother's Day or any other time it is warm.
Here is a list of outfits that allow options for women who have to try on several outfits every morning but who for whatever reason don't have space for that many outfits maybe because we are out of town. As I find more, I will add more to this list. Whenever possible, I will link to the tutorial as well.
Weekend Designer Convertible Dressing
ModelistA 1001 Dress
I Can Make That Limitless Dress
Infinity Dress with Bandeau Top from Sew Like My Mom
OMG! Reversible Infinity Dress
Three Seam Caftan from Simple Simon and Co. (Not exactly convertible, but cute and easy and a perennial fave!)
This Multidress Tutorial
And when it is chilly, a Ruana Shawl is a nice convertible cape. One in black and one in brown with coordinating scarves will have you sharp!
I am really into reducing my closet because one day I am going to travel. So this is another one:
And here is a link to the tutorial for the limitless dress over at I Can Make That blog!
A great looking smoothie. Now to find some cranberries! Looks like it has gobs of sugar though so watch out for that!
This week we will be adding various amount of ease to our perfectly fitted slopers! We have a fitted block, now you can decide how much ease you like in your garments, and add the ease.
Now, you will redraft your pieces using ease for various fits. You have a perfect fitted sloper, now make semi-fitted, loose, jacket, and whatever fits that your heart desires!
As mentioned in an earlier post, be sure to have your wearing ease added into your flat pattern for your sloper. At this point, you will be adding seam allowances so that you can sew together your muslin.
Now you have your pattern made. This week we will be cutting and sewing.
If you chose to use the two pencils to add seam allowance, you may want to mark the allowance on your sewing machine with rubber bands, tape, or magnets that are designed for this purpose.
Trace a pattern onto fabric: http://youtu.be/_-0Id47fMqU