Happy Moments!πŸ˜„

This is not my new years eve dress, 
but I'm sure this dress will gives me Happy Moments during 2021!πŸŒžπŸŽ€πŸŽ‰

This is how my pattern looks like from the beginning,

- and this is when it's finished!

I lay the pattern on the fabric and fold it,

then it's ready to start sewing.

This is the right side when it's finished,

- and this is how it looks like on the wrong side.

For the skirt I have used a BurdaStyle pattern from 06/2018 with side pockets.

Voila - The dress is finished!
I have used cotton voile as lining for the upper part, 
but no lining for the skirt this time. 

BurdaStyle 06/2018


  1. So clever! Happy new year!

  2. Hi! Beautiful job! You kind of lost me with the red/wh/blue-was that just to show us how it comes apart? Or is it to practice how to form the creases properly? Once they’re made on the outside do you topstitch them or do you just crease them into place and steal with it he iron? I can’t wait to see if try this! Thx so much for sharing!


    1. Hi Jackqueline, red and blue are triangles that makes the pleats. I will suggest to use cotton, than you just fold and press it by hand. I do not tostitch because you sew one and one pleats on the wrong side. I have just learn this by a web-course, so it's not so easy to explain.

  3. You are the only person able to make wonderful clothes with those puzzles :-))) I like all your origami wardrobe :-)

    1. Thank you very much for your kind words Oksana! ♥


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