Why is it that when your not thinking about something in particular, you wind up remembering what it is you forgot or suddenly an idea comes to you – or in my situation, you finally understand how to make that Burda World of Fashion halter dress?
Before I start this entry, I’ll start off by saying, I got another Patrones magazine – the May “joven” issue. This time I purchased it off of Ebay, but by the same seller Stoff Art. If you’ve been wanting to check this magazine out, head on over to Ebay – they only have 5 more left!
Since Taylor had a fishing tournament this morning, I had plenty of time to (finally) start on my Burda WOF dress. I think I’m glad that I waited to start on this one because I’m having a horrible time understanding the instructions. Either this dress is going to turn out absolutely adorabe or it’s going to end up a wadder. Before I put it aside, I only got the darts sewn, the facing pinned and the collar sewn (but, not attached).
I started cutting my fabric out for the Burda World of Fashion halter dress. I had to really press the stretch poplin material before I did anything else with it – I had no idea how wrinkly it would get (or maybe because I left it sitting in the dryer for days?). For those who are interested, I’ve posted a picture of the pattern on the sidebar. I’m hoping to complete it before the weekend. However, considering how my week looks, I may either be staying up really late working on it, or it will still be unfinished by Sunday’s graduation (where I intended on wearing it).