Ah Sasha girl.......
Being a wrap dress was right up my alley, although it has a button down option, I choose to make view A's bodice with view B's skirt:
View A s bodice w/ view B skirt
The fabric I choose was a Scuba Ponte Knit fabric I found on eBay. The fabric has a smooth feel like neoprene with the comfort of classic Ponte Knit:
Scuba Ponte Knit
I did enjoy working with the fabric, it sews easily with few hiccups. The one thing that I will say, if you are not careful you can cause "nicks" in the fabric. Make sure to be careful with your seam ripper and pin placement.
The dress is very comfortable to wear and I think it will be a nice three season dress:
Why am I holding my stomach?
Pattern Size; I used a size 20 with a FBA, broad back, and waist adjustments.
Did it look like the photo?: Yes I think it looks like the photo, but then again each person is unique :-)
Were the directions easy to follow?: Very much so, I think a beginner will be able to make the pattern if they take their time. Make sure to look closely at the illustrations and you should be fine.
Likes and dislikes: No dislikes, what can you find wrong with a wrap dress? LOL
My personal note: If you notice on each of the pictures, my back collar on my dress seems to come up from my body. Since losing around 50 lbs, I have had a difficult time finding a good way to adjust my patterns.
I have researched several methods, however I believe that it is not the methods I have tried. I think it is not being sure "what" adjustments I need make with the weight change. Regardless, I will continue in my sewing journey and will keep you up to date with my progress,
Will I sew it again?: Of course, its a wrap dress! ;-)
Until next time, take life one stitch at a time. Oh and if you have any adjustment suggestions, leave them in the comments below,
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