Introduction: How to Make a One Shoulder Romper Dress

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This is another trendy look for the summer and spring, an easy chic romper Dress! You can dressed up with a pair of high heels and a stylish handpurse that goes with the color or dressed down with sandals and belt.

Cost: I spend about 10 $ making this Dress.
Feel free to ask if there is something unclear! :)

Step 1: You Will Need:

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  1. Fabric: Lycra.
  2. Scissors.
  3. Sewing Machine.
  4. Elastic Band.
  5. Chalk

As you can see, I don't say how much fabric you need, it depends of which size are you. :)

Step 2: First Step

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Let's begin...!

Picture #3: Fold the fabric and put on the top to mark the mold. (Use a top you have that fits well on your body)

Picture #4: Fold the top one side so the pattern I choose is one shoulder off.

Picture #5: Start marking the mold with the help of a Chalk.

Picture #6: Would look like this.

Picture #7: The lines you see in the pic, is where you have to pin the fabric together.

Step 3: Second Step

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Step 4: Third Step

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Now let's do the pants.

Picture #14: You need, Two pieces of rectangle fabric that has to be fold in the direction you see.

Picture #15: Draw the shape you see in the pic, and where you see the lines pin the fabric together.

Picture #16: Do the same steps with the other piece of fabric.

Picture #17: Sew the two pieces you just did.

Picture #18 and Picture #19: Now unite the crotch part very carefully :)

Picture #20: After you sew this part the pant will look huge, but don't worry.

Picture #21: Now you have to sew the elastic band to the waist.

Picture #22: Would look like this :)

Step 5: Fourth Step

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There are two thing left to do. :)

Picture #23: Unite the top and the pants together with the help of pins. Then sew.

Picture #24: Then do the hem for the short and sew.


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Sew-per Girl (author)2012-08-03

I've never used Lycra before, but it's something I will have to try now. Looks fabulous!

Moramsey (author)2011-08-13

great video. thank you

rsaez (author)2011-08-08

idola te adoro eres genial te felicito besos bye

EbiRamen989 (author)2011-07-20

Thanks for sharing yet another easy and beautiful tutorial!

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