Party in pink


I started on this great outfit after some debating if I should really make another sixties dress since I don’t use a corset. Copying the pattern was really difficult, not to mention cutting it. Why? Glad you asked. Somehow I had forgotten how polyester always slides. This is a crepe, and you’d think it’d lay steady – NUUUUUUUUUUUU!

Will be really interesting to see if it fits at all. To complicate matters more, there isn’t enough fabric for the jacket, so I’ll need to decide how to compensate for that. Remind me again why this is fun?

Oh, yeah – problem solving.



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  1. […] new doll’s been put to use. I’m working on the Party in pink dress to be ready for a party on Friday. As much as I swore of the fabric sliding, the parts came […]


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