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Step 6: Putting back the pieces

Now I had a mess of beads and silk that looked like a wolf got into it. It looks chaotic but one little step at a time!

1) I pinned the corset together as my pattern suggested. I tried it on and repined where it didn't fit just right. Then I sewed it together.

2) I sewed on the extra lace to the bottom of the dress where I originally cut it.

3) I sewed the corset top on the gown.

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<p>This is an absolutely beautiful dress!</p>
<p>Very nice job:a unique and beautiful transformation.</p>
<p>I would love to wear this dress, creatively designed will try these <br>techniques, and jewellery accessories will also be needed for this type <br>of dress as one of my close friend has just purchased wedding jewellery <br>accessories for her wedding, those are really appreciable, I would like <br>to suggest you all about that online jewellery accessories' website i.e., <br> http://www.voylla.com/ try this, you will also like it!!!</p>
<p> That is beautiful. And I would never guess it began as something so outdated. And you are right the photos of you in it, is poetic. </p>
Nice job. Also I love the shoes. Did you do those yourself too?
OMG you are an absolute amazing designer.. once il get married.. il ask you to design my outfit lol;)
just so you know, the shinycrafts wordpress is private, the address requests permissions to see the page, <br> <br>all the best <br> <br>Heather
Wow, great work!
This is beautiful!

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