Monday, June 21, 2010

Bishop dress










I am very happy to show you the bishop dress stitched by my friend Marysia Teresa Paling from Turkey. She prepared draft with the help of my post “Prepare your own Bishop Collar guide “.She has made some slight changes. She has used the fabric 3½ times the distance of the curve J-J." She makes dresses for www.mirrormirrordesigns.net

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15 comments:

Kousalya said...

marvellous....!!

alethia said...

Beautifullll!

NithaMathish said...

Beautiful.......

jayashree venkat said...

Hello Vani,
Congrats on your tutorial.The pattern followed has come out pretty.

Marysia said...

Hi there Ladies,

Thank you for your kind comments about the dress which I call "Little Poppet"

All the praise goes to our wonderful Vani, as without her wonderful tutorial I wouldn't have been able to make my own pattern.

I am proud to call such a talented lady, my friend.

Kindest regards to you all.
Marysia.

Madhavi said...

wow awesome..a great blog and a avid follower. I would be honored if u became part of www.craftzine.ning.com
thanks
Madhavi

Thendral said...

Just now I visited your blog. Very interesting.

Mahalakshmi said...

I think you made my day.I was frantically searching for this pattern and I myself figured out a method to do this.So I took a circular piece of paper and added extra inches for the smocking.But ended up a half circle.You can see the finished half circle in my blog.So I gave up and thought of doing a straight piece in the chest of the frock.I found one more pattern for this dress and it was a bit confusing.But Thank you so much for the pattern and I will try it and let you know.I will go through the tutorial again and will mail you if I have any doubts and can you guide me ?

vani said...

Thank you for the appreciation .I will certainly try to clear your doubts

uma srinivasan said...

very Excellent Blog,
uma

asha said...

it's lovely and your blog really helps me a lot. Can you help me to draft a pant like dhoti tying. would appreciate your help. thank you.

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lakshmi said...

Excellent blog!! Do you conduct regular sewing classes? If yes, I would be very interested. I would appreciate if you could give me your contact no/email-id.
Thanks,

vani said...

Sewing is my hobby .Sorry I am conducting any classes
best wishes
vani

lakshmi said...

I want to make a sari blouse for my mother. She wears simple ones without any front belt and darts.
Only one set of dart for front and one set for the back. Please tell me what changes I need to make to the draft pattern you have earlier posted. Also she is not happy with the sleeve fitting of tailors. Any suggestions on improving that.
Thanks for the help.