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Scarlett O'Hara BBQ Dress - Gone with the Wind by Katikut Scarlett O'Hara BBQ Dress - Gone with the Wind by Katikut
A Gift for my Little sister! The belt is still WIP but the result is quite here :)
I cant wait to see my sister wearing this dress!
I've reproduced the fabric directly from a hd pic of the original dress and it's available here:
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Sushiprincess 15 hours ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Sorry to bother again. I've checked out your blog about making the BBQ dress but still have a couple of questions. My french is not the best nor am I the greatest seamstress around, so please excuse if you have already written about it in your blog:

- I've seen that you have first made a bodice from plain white cotton (?) first, then sewn the fabric with on it, did you make also a white skirt first, before sewing the actual skirt? And how I do sew a skirt like this anyway?

- I guess I would need a hoop skirt, too. Which kind of hoop would I need? I think I rather buy one than making one by myself. Seems kinda complicated

- the ruffles - it seems like you made a green seam, plus the patterned fabric plus some lace with a green ribbon band.

- which kind of corset do you recommend?

Any help is greatly appreciated :) 
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Sushiprincess Jan 20, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm dreaming of this dress, too :heart: where did you get the pattern, maybe I'll be able to make it myself....one day..
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Katikut Jan 20, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
I've used this one from Truly Victorian: www.trulyvictorian.net/tvxcart…
I've removed the bertha and the V shape on the front. :)
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Sushiprincess Jan 20, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
thank you for the quick answer :hug:
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how did you do that amazing skirt part of the dress ???
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Katikut Dec 20, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
A looong rectangle, gathered at one side and then sewn each ends together to close the skirt :)
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:iconmamzellepomme:
Une des plus belles versions  que j'ai jamais vu *-* ton travail est vraiment exceptionnel !!!! Ta petite soeur a vraiment beaucoup de chance ! :)
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Katikut Oct 9, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Merci! Il faut que je la finisse cette robe ne plus! Pour Noel on va essayer de se donner un coup de pied aux fesses !
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:iconmamzellepomme:

Bon courage toi alors :D

Merci de partager ton travail en tout cas ! (bave, bave, bave *-*)

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