LODO SEWALONG DAY 5April 28, 2017 / byTrue Bias / Categories : Feeds
Thank you everyone for following along with the Lodo Dress Sewalong. I am so excited with the way that my dresses turned out.
For View A – the longer, midcalf version, I used a black and white striped ponte knit that I picked up at some point in NYC. It’s a really nice ponte that sewed up great and I am so excited to wear it all summer long.
View B – the shorter version, is sewn up in a maroon cotton interlock that I bought at Colorado Fabrics a few weeks ago. It’s the perfect amount of stable knit but also soft and more casual like a thicker tshirt fabric.
If you guys participated in the sewalong I would love to see your versions of the Lodo Dress. Make sure you tag your photos with #lododress and @truebias so that I see them.
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