A Draped Shift Take 1

I was inspired by a pattern puzzle on the Studiofaro facebook page and have made a draped shift dress following the instructions on the studiofaro website. http://studiofaro-wellsuited.blogspot.com.au/2013/12/pattern-puzzle-drape-shift.html.

selfdrafted shift dress

selfdrafted shift dress

The instructions on the website led me to creating this pattern. I decided to sew it in a stretch jersey with a plan for a wearable muslin as the finished garment.closeup of drape dress notes patternThese are some of the of the notes made on the pattern .

the fabricThis is the fabric I have used for the dress an animal print with a a lovely vivid blue accent. I have used a satin bias tape on the neck and the sleeve edges to finish it off.

I didn’t get the result that I hoped for but was very happy with what I got. This is a very comfortable garment, and I love wearing it.

Happy Sewing,

Sue πŸ™‚

About suebsewbyme

Australian fabric fanatic who loves to sew and create interesting garments . Creativity is my mantra.
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4 Responses to A Draped Shift Take 1

  1. Studio Faro says:

    Hi Sue, I think your dress looks great. I have left a detailed answer on the original blog post. Thanks so much for your contribution to our PatternPuzzle blog posts. Every sample made helps me redefine my ideas and improve the pattern making instructions. πŸ™‚

  2. suebsewbyme says:

    Thanks for the feedback I am looking forward to attempting it again with modifications.

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