It’s a 2016 fall round up people!
Mina is wearing my holiday dress pattern by Pauline Trigere, this dress was very complex, the making is here.
My 1970s wedding dress, modeling is Arielle.
Modeling is designer Amber Walker, This is my 1970s sweater knit replica, making here.
My goth wedding dress making is listed here, modeling is Dej.
I hope to blog about this coat soon, modeling is Gwen Vo.
Lea is wearing my fully piped Witches Tower Dress.
My quilt dress worn by Everest. This dress has not been blogged about although I will say it’s made of 12 snow ball quilt blocks and then is artistically rearranged in a 3D form.
Jillian wearing a jacket I made years ago and then a lace overlay 1960s replica.
Mina is wearing my flamenco dancing dress! I can’t wait to blog about this design. I draped my fabric on my dress form for this one. 7 yards of material!
That is me in my depression era replica and the making is here.
All photos are by Robert Parkey III of RP3 Photoworks
Behind the scenes~
I’m thankful to be getting more of my designs in local boutiques, this one was made exclusively for Zebragirl Boutique. If you want to see it in person go to Natsha’s lovely shop, in Centerville, Ohio.
The dress is one piece and consists of two very large circles, razor back, wrap front which is versatile for sizing. It can have up to 7 different looks and is great for breast feeding moms too. 4 yards of wide material designed by me, inspired by another local seamstress Pamela of I’m Sew Blessed.
Thank you for reading!
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