|Elbows! I have elbows!|
Oh, and she has the first of the April dresses. It's the equivalent of a $15 Walgreen's dress -- nobody will mistake it for Fashion Royalty gear -- but it got done.
It's loosely based on the Kitschy Coo convertible braided strap sundress and made from a bandanna because I was feeling lazy about hemming.
|My skirt does NOT need starch.|
The back allows for creative braiding and knotting, though at the moment it's done rather simply.
|Fortunately, I have a lot of friends to help me get dressed!|
- There is a reason that the bottom of A-line skirts is cut with a slight curve, which means they really shouldn't be attempted on handkerchiefs.
- I need to look at how to cut backs of dresses with space for both a center seam and an overlap, as I was lucky to get away with what I did here, and it's technically wrong.
- The damn handkerchiefs from SAS Fabric ("first on your list when you decide to slipcover six couches, five chairs, and a hassock") are really crappy quality -- stiff, liable to perforate, and scratchy. Do not buy more.