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Petal Origami Dress ๐ŸŒน

My lovley model Sara in a Petal Origami Dress ๐Ÿ’—  The triangles of the pattern is folded down. This is how the pattern looks like when it's folded together. I cut it out and fold it, and sew it together. The front part is finished. I made an A-line skirt with side pockets for the dress.  

Dress for a Good Friend ๐Ÿ’•

My Lovely and Good Friend Torunn ๐Ÿงก๐Ÿ’™ I wanted to surprice my good friend with a new dress. Mostly we like similar colors,  so my choice was this floral viscose fabric that I fell in love with. The dress has two pleats at the neck, and a split at the back for the opening. It has also cuffs as a finish for the sleeves and I have used "diamonds" as buttons ๐Ÿ’Ž I think she looks fabulous in her dress!   BurdaStyle #120 11/2020 Today we were enjoying the snow! ⛄

Jacket with Sleeve & Pocket Origami๐Ÿ’›

For this jacket I have used two different origami techniques: 1. Petal origami on the right sleeve and 2. Pocket origami for the right front. Both origami techniques I have learnd by  TR Cutting School  ๐Ÿ™ I start with drawing the lines where I'm gonna insert the triangles. This is how the pattern look like when it's finished. When putting the pattern together, this is how it's going to be. I have choose to use yellow cotton fabric because this color makes me in a Good Mood! I cut it out and fold it, sew it, adn then it's finished.  Pocket for the right front part. This is how the patten looks like when it's finished. You can see how it's gonna be after folding it together. Front part is sewn together, and you can put a pencil in the pocket ๐Ÿ˜Š I cut out the other parts for the jacket. The peplum below the waist was to wide, so I had to adjust it a bit. To make nice curves it's important to cut small notches. The front part,  - and the sleeves are finishedl.