I am keeping all finishes invisible with silk organza.
Here is a single bias for the armseye...(the finished slip shows underneath in this view.)
For a perfect alignment to create the chevron effect, I cut the left skirt front from the right skirt front as I did for the bodice fronts:
Shows a detail of how I am trying to work out easing the bodice front to the skirt (I will gather it):
The center front skirt seam looks crooked in this photo, but it is not:
With the left side seam stitched, this image shows the fullness of the skirt hem:
I finished the waistline seam with organza double bias and pressed the seam upward.
When the gown is complete, I will have it dry-cleaned and pressed to remove any sizing in the ribbon and soften it overall.
I am now on the brink of assembling the entire skirt and gathering the front of that bodice down to it-more coming shortly!
Tuesday, August 16, 2011
Another Gatsby Ribbon Frock Update!
Labels: EvaDress Patterns, My Personal Dressmaking
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A masterpiece in the making.
Looks like quite the process! A very facinating idea, using ribbon. Beautiful affect.
That looks soooooo promising! Can't wait to see the final result!
Wow! Just stumbled across your blog and I love this! It's so great!
THIS is amazing!
Dare I say that it looks better than the original!? I love your site, btw. I stumbled across it while looking up stuff on Google about the Victorian bat costume. Your work is really gorgeous :)
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