Published at Sunday, February 02nd, 2020 - 08:26:03 AM. wedding. By Ailse Pohl.
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
I got the dress oh and it had a little bag that I carried with that came with it so this little pouch bag I carried it with prom to prom and I felt like I was a Cinderella the belle of the ball married it is so crazy how I’m looking at this now and I’m like the bottom kind of looks like panels you know and the top is just kind of the bodice is kind of low like dropped low waist but it’s so funny to me that the bottom looks like a panel a line gown so I think I’m gonna redo this I want it I want the whole entire look like the gloves and everything I want my hair to be like this I think I wanted my hair to be like Shirley Temple curls or something but I think I want to get like a natural wig that kind of gives me a spiral II look effect like this so here’s the back of the gown it has a bow but I think I want to make this more bigger and trainee and leaving the back not like a train but just even it just like this but just have
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