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Old 02-13-2013, 02:11 PM   #221
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Old 02-13-2013, 02:20 PM   #222
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I am debating sewing the sash on instead of tying it on...just if it looks bad, then I am screwed.
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Old 02-13-2013, 02:26 PM   #223
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I am debating sewing the sash on instead of tying it on...just if it looks bad, then I am screwed.
Share a pic... I can try to help
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Here they come. I swear, it is making every part on my body fatter than it already is!!! *cry*
(also, my husband is NOT a photographer...I am used to much better quality photos! :P)



It bunches in the back...


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Old 02-13-2013, 02:42 PM   #225
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Hmmm... I see what you mean... That's tricky... Perhaps raising it up another inch or two (right below your bust) and bringing it up in the back too will help 'even' out the bunches... If not then maybe try without the sash in the back to create a little dressy 'dip' minus the bare skin
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I'd turn it into an Apron! Use the Fabric from the back as a bodice.

(I think it is the style and cut. It makes you look like a grandma. NOT trying to be mean. I don't think it is you or your sewing. I just think it is the pattern is unflattering. )
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Ugh...Basically take it a part :/ (I am with you on that one) I just spent over three hours on the stinkin thing :cry2:

If I pull it up more, it won't be long enough (why I added the ruffle at the bottom). I will try to get some picture of it with a belt later maybe :/ It is attached to the shirt.
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I'd turn it into an Apron! Use the Fabric from the back as a bodice.

(I think it is the style and cut. It makes you look like a grandma. NOT trying to be mean. I don't think it is you or your sewing. I just think it is the pattern is unflattering. )
Good idea!
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Yea I think it might be best to do something else with it like Rebbecca said :-(
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Those skirts were always cute... Jean skirts with fabric for the length...

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