The Party Dress : How to Make the Perfect One for You, Paperback

The Party Dress : How to Make the Perfect One for You Paperback

4 out of 5 (1 rating)

Description

This book contains step-by-step instructions for sewing four fabulous party dresses that will fit perfectly!

It is a follow up to the massively popular "The Little Black Dress".

It shows how to construct a body block and fit personal patterns to suit different body shapes.

Every girl needs a perfect party dress at various times in her life, whether for a prom, a gala ball or a red-carpet event.

But how do you find a dress that fits perfectly, suits your body shape and makes you look a million dollars - without breaking the bank?

The answer is to make it yourself following expert dressmaker Simon Henry's tried and trusted method.

He will guide you gently through the whole process, giving you the confidence to sew a party dress that's as individual as you are.

Featuring sections that show how to construct a body block and fit your personal pattern; recognise your body shape and tailor a style to suit it, and choose the perfect fabric.

This title contains sewing techniques and expert tips for a professional finish and step-by-step instructions for sewing four fabulous party dresses.

Information

  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 176 pages, full colour throughout, includes photographs, includes illustrations
  • Publisher: Guild of Master Craftsman Publications Ltd
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Needlework & fabric crafts
  • ISBN: 9781861086662

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If you are interesting in designing, but want to make your own patterns; this is a great resource. It walks you through some basic shapes and techniques and is all about how to adapt them. This is the clearest instructions I have seen for making a block for an individual, thus allowing for customer fit patterns. The illustrations and photos are very clear and don't leave you guessing at mystery steps.

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