Introduction: How to DIY a V Neck Flare Dress | DIY Clothes

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Are you looking to DIY a dress for a more formal occasion like a cocktail party, job event or a date? Then I got this amazing V Neck Flare Dress tutorial for you. Hope you enjoy it dolls! X

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I use a Brother DS140 sewing machine -
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When I spotted this bright blue denim fabric I instantly wanted to turn it into a fab sewing project. Although at first
I wanted to make a midi skirt since I had 2 yards it quickly turned into a dress.
By making some strategic cutouts in the bodice I was able to shape the top so it became fitted.

What you'll need:
- 2 yards/meter of denim, cotton or african print fabric (mine is from
- thread
- fabric scissors
- pins
- sewing machine (I use Brother DS140

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sopcomp (author)2015-08-02

Hi, great tutorial. I have a machine but I would love to learn the basics so that I can eventually make this dress. Do you have any tutorials on learning how to sow for beginners?

keep up the good work!!

Thanks! I have easy tutorials but nothing especifically on how to start using the machine. A lot have asked me this so will dive into this one

ESaungikar (author)2016-05-06

You're brave to cut out the fitting darts before sewing them - for the less brave I'd suggest pinning and sewing them, try on the top, and when you're happy with the fit, then cut off the excess.

That;s a great tip!! Thank you so much, I will definitely try this method next time :D

ChanteltheBelle (author)2015-07-19

Cute! And simple...I'll have to give this a try.


Jaythecub (author)2015-07-17

She/ you are gorgeous (not an Internet creep I swear xD)


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