TR Dress with Waves! 🌊

I wanted to try a new version of a "Transformational Reconstruction"
by Shingo Sato, but I made my own pattern.

I started with sewing a dress pattern together and draw lines 
where I wanted the waves to be.
The nice thing about this style is that you don't have any particular side seams. The waves goes all around the dress. I also added sleeves with pleats on the shoulders to get the right sculpture of the dress.

This is how the pattern looks like. I normally use canvas or cotton to make the pattern, but since I didn't have any I choose this colorful cotton fabric instead.

You can see the parts how it looks like before I sew them together. It's important to cut marks where you are going to sew the parts together as you can see on the photo. 

I like the combination of punto de roma fabric and the sparkling jersey 
I found in my stash.

I wanted to make sleeves with lots of pleats, and found a pattern in "my library". 



  1. you are amazing, that is fantastic and the curves flow so smoothly. Lovely

    1. I'm very Happy with the dress :) Thanks for such lovely compliments dear Beth ♥

  2. MultiVroon: Great idea! And great execution!

  3. Great job! I have a couple of questions if you don’t mind. Did you use an old dress pattern that fit and cut that out? And also, after it was shaped did you add a seam all along the sides of it?

    1. Thanks Jacqueline! I have used a pattern that I had, and I have add 0,5 cm for the seams. Hope you find it useful :)


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