As you read this post, I’m deep in my chill. Hahaha! This week’s post will be rather short, as I’m in vacation mode right now. This halter dress was made using a “Learn to Sew” pattern by the Simplicity Pattern Company. This is a great pattern for those who are just learning to sew, or want to practice your techniques. There are only three pattern pieces, which makes it even better. You will learn how to insert cording into a casing, apply fringe trim (optional), and apply a bias tape facing.
You can use both woven and knit fabrics for this dress. I chose an ITY (Interlock Twist Yarn) Knit that I picked up from the Michael Levine Loft in Downtown, Los Angeles. Other great choices would be challis, crepe de chine, and lightweight single knits.
Create the Look!
Enjoy the rest of your week and give this one a try. It’s easy enough to sew up in one day.
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Remember: When you live in your DESIGN, it is from there the God SHINES!
(All Photos Courtesy of CEMO!)
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