Sunday, October 18, 2009
The dress model was made in taffeta. The silk is much thinner; small changes to the pattern may be made to look better ...
Cut the pieces of the pattern: 1 copy of the back, and all others in duplicate. We can make a surjupe (over-dress): cut it as a skirt, then roll up the end of work.
Build by the shoulders and the back half lead.
We will now make a slit to give volume to the bodice. It will ensure that the back and half-lead overlap properly, without the notch front is too important: it must meet the half overlap slightly at the bottom. Here's how:
-Except for the silk to make a cut on the half-lead, along the dotted line indicated by small scissors on the head. Bring the pan while the central tissue on the pan side, so that the cutting line come to overlap with the other dotted line on the boss.
-For the silk to make a notch in the center of the triangle pattern, then sew along the dotted triangle.
Skip wire knits in upper hose between dashes to the top and along the bottom.
Assemble the top of the sleeves sleeves.
Assemble the top of the sleeve blouse.
Close the bodice with a side seam.
Make a small stitch to keep the two half-set lead in their bottom to facilitate assembly on the skirt.
Assemble the front and back of the skirt at the sides.
If there is a surjupe, prepare the same way, and carefully superimposed onto the first skirt.
Skip wire knit at the top of the skirt (in the two skirts together if one surjupe)
Attach the skirt to the bodice.
Add a little lace to the bodice. Use just a small rectangle of fabric.
Facing the possible surjupe, doing embroidery ...
Setting the movement of the dress not with fabric hardener that would spots on both the synthetic as silk, but with the hairspray.