I have this busy fabric I bought from my friend's factory and I was making a sample for our first bazaar...I still hate making shirt dresses...this one is from a Japanese book...it's still very tedious and since I had no stabilizer, I ended up using canvas grade muslin fabric for the button holes and buttons part...so hard to sew! Drove me nuts
Wow! I love this dress you made, good choice of fabric. Is the fabric like that or did you do some patchwork? The fabric is wonderful, is that batik. And are those covered buttons?ReplyDelete
Very creative background set up too for the photo shoot.
May I know which Japanese book is this pattern from? very nice!
Apparently I have not finished my slew of questions, haha!ReplyDelete
Does this dress require more than 1 yard of fabric?
it may have been a pain BUT it looks ace lia xReplyDelete
Yes, it looks really nice, I second that one. The fabric doesn't look cheap!! It's cotton right?ReplyDelete
Can you enlighten me on:
'I had no stabilizer, I ended up using canvas grade muslin fabric for the button holes and buttons part'
What buttons are those?
I was also nervous when I sewed my first button holes using sewing machine last Saturday, I may just ruin my whole morning's work if I didn't do the buttons properly.
Sorry, so many questions!
The dress is just too cute! And your daughter is adorable in it!ReplyDelete
What a great job considering that you hate making it! It looks so stylish, you don't see a lot of kid's clothing with tie belt and sleeves buttons!ReplyDelete
OH she is sooo sweet! Models the cute dress adorably! Love the fabric, looks wonderful on her.ReplyDelete
I hate when I get stressed out. It really looks great. I REALLY love the fabric. She looks beautiful!ReplyDelete
She's gorgeous! and so is the the dress. Another wake up call to own a sewing machine.ReplyDelete
i love the way you combine the coloursReplyDelete
btw, that's made of a full yard of fabric or made of patchwork ?
i'm glad i finally hooked up on Indonesian crafters blog
i'm following you :)