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I needed to make a dress inexpensively and fast. Thus was born: How to make a dress quickly and easily when all you have is just enough fabric ...
Get your pattern (something super simple) and set it aside. Sew the fabric scraps together lengthwise with the grain (knitwise). For this, I sewed 3 strips of floral ...
Cut out the front and back pieces of your dress pattern (they will pretty much be identical on the simpler patterns). Cut off the top part of the ...
Take the pieced fabric, fold it in half and lay your pattern onto it making sure that your arrows go with the grain of the knitting and that ...
Take the washed shirt and turn it inside out. Using a seam ripper, rip open the bottom seam (or the shirt's hemmed edge).
Turn the skirt right side out. With the shirt still inside out, place the skirt inside of the shirt making sure to match up the side seams of ...
There is a very good reason for why I have pinned the skirt to the shirt with the pins being on the shirt side: We are using the ...
This sounds very difficult for some people. You can do this a few different ways. You can handsew the hem or you can machine stitch the seam. The ...
Nothing really to this step: Try it on, make sure it's all nice and cozy, then, take it off and stick it on a hanger (or wear it ...
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