My second dress in Seville! I call it my bridge dress. I cut the pattern myself, it's in the style a old favourite of mine which is a bit tatty. I'm happy with it all except the side pockets which I could have managed better.
I love the print and I'm really happy with the detail that I included.
When making a garment it's often the tiny details that stand it aside from a mass produced garment or make it feel like it was bought from a more expensive brand. Think about the little often subtle differences that more expensive clothes have that the super cheep ones don't...and then try and put them into your design.
Or make your garment more individual / something that no-one else will be wearing, it's all in the detail!
I often like to include a contrasting coloured zip, contrasting facings/ linings sometimes they're not even seen, or are so subtle. A nice touch is a contrasting binding used to add weight to a hem. A little flash might be seen when you sit down.
The bottom one the binding around the hem, showing the underside.
our favourite sites ....
- Bristol, United Kingdom
- Flo-jo Boutique is the creative baby of Delia and Erika two seamstresses from Bristol specialising in lingerie and vintage styled garments. Designers of sewing kits and creators of sewing parties their shop in Bristol and online shop are home to a gorgeous range of quality fabrics and haberdahsery, craft kits, books and handmade gifts.