What I really want to do is make a ton of them and sell them.
Finish the seam allowance and press in either direction. This made my sewing itch even bigger.
Do you have enough fabric left to make me one? It can be fun, modest, sexy and practical all at the same time!
Its like you read my mind! Being the lazy pattern drafter I am, I tend to draw my front and back pattern on one sheet. Go beyond the sloper and draft your own top patterns!
RobbinTheHood Vintage says: Thanks a bunch! Too bad she is in the Philippines or I would be asking her to teach me more about sewing and stuff. The best thing about this Instructable is that you can now make any kind of fitted dress that you like, using the same method to construct the bodice pattern. I swear the 80s has the funniest and funkiest fabrics.
So cute! Love the overlap detail at the back! Love a free fabric score, particularly when it is from the 80s.
You seem to understand so much about this, like you wrote the guide in it or something. I love this. Thanks for the tutorial!
Join the side seam. Take the back pattern piece.