My Needlecord Rosa DressJanuary 25, 2017 / byTilly / Categories : Feeds
If you follow me on Instagram Stories, you may have seen that these cuff facings weren't actually meant to look like this. I was sewing in the evening when I was tired and my mind was elsewhere - obviously not a sensible plan in retrospect! As I wasn't concentrating on what I was doing, I accidentally sewed the cuff facings to the right side of the fabric - they were meant to be hidden on the inside.
I considered starting again with new sleeves... for all of five seconds... and decided that this mistake was now a "design feature" ;) Life is just too short to worry about little things like that. And now that I've finished my dress, I really like the contrast cuff facings!
PS. If you want some help making your own Rosa dress, take a look at my video workshop, Sew Your Own Shirt or Shirt Dress, for tons of techniques, tips and tricks on two-piece collars, pointed yokes, sleeves, buttonholes and more!
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