Published at Sunday, February 02nd, 2020 - 08:38:24 AM. wedding. By Agatha Huber.
this so with a half an inch so now I’m gonna put the straight stitch one-eighth of an inch to hold and push all of this back towards the lining I’m gonna top stitch that into place okay so I just finished passing the inside as you can see the waistline and connected to the petticoat it is open as well as here so what I’m gonna do now is connect my petticoat to it here’s again there’s a video on how to create this what I’m gonna do is just stitch it a half an inch to completely seal this up until where the zipper starts and I’m going to
like flowy fabric and look at the back there’s a ton of buttons but it’s a zipper so like you don’t actually have to button it up which is literally fascinating to me because it looks like wow look at all that time she spent on her dress bucks thing is ha ha ha I didn’t spend any time if you spin you will fall because it does not spin it just twists around your ankles because it has a train that came in two boxes and inside the boxes these dresses were folded in such an intricate way it’s like Marie Kondo that’s a joke for my organizers out there it was folded in such a way that it would help this dress hold as little wrinkled as possible so I’m absolutely so proud of JJ’s house for that and look at how beautiful look I’m obsessed
Any content, trademark’s, or other material that might be found on the Theroyaltwist website that is not Theroyaltwist’s property remains the copyright of its respective owner/s. In no way does Theroyaltwist claim ownership or responsibility for such items, and you should seek legal consent for any use of such materials from its owner.