Sunday, November 28, 2010

Fabric Manipulation Project

















Photos from start to finish of my fabric manipulation project. 1. from the pattern and the cutting of the fabric. 2. The sewing of the actual garment, and matching it up and everything. 3. 4. The straps on the back, I had to individually iron, pin, trim, and flip inside out.

So taking pictures of the process of creating a dress, is actually a lot more challenging than I thought, since I was so consumed by sewing, I almost forgot to take pictures. But I remembered! :) I really loved the way it turned out. I have been working with knits and patterns all semester, with my menswear jacket as well and also for my last project as well.

 I hope everyone had an amazing thanksgiving break! I got a lot of rest, and I'm ready to tackle the last couple of weeks of the fall semester! Get excited!!! :)

<3 Kelly

15 comments:

pluww said...

the back is ultra cool :D

Catarina said...

wow, it looks really good, I love the back.
x

Carina said...

So so pretty! you're very talented (:

Diana said...

Wow, this looks pretty awesome, you did a great job!

Courtney Erin said...

That's amazing - I love it!

xoxo ~ Courtney
http://sartorialsidelines.blogspot.com

Closet Hound said...

That looks so amazing! Really, you are really talented. I love this.

xo Sherrie

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Jen said...

Wow, you are so creative. I love the colors/patterns. It's turning out beautifully!

KTPink said...

This is really beautiful Kelly, the work in it is amazing!

Lisa Lisa Lisa said...

This turned out great! I would totally wear that.
Keep on keepin on! So close to winter break!

Natalia said...

You are amazing, come to Boston so we can work together please!!

hannah said...

wow this is gorgeous! you did an amazing job. great post.

thanks so much for your sweet comment on fashionhash! i'm loving your blog and officially a follower! : )

X

http://www.thefashionhash.com/

ChinkyGirLMeL said...

Omg! That looks amazing. I love the back of the dress!

The Stylish Nomad said...

Love the back on that dress! I love sewing too, a creative hobby I picked up from my grandmother!

xx
Kaylee

Lily said...

That looks really awesome! did you dye the fabric?? i don't understand the process exactly from the pictures, did you weave the whole thing together and is that interfacing?

 
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