Maxi Dress for a Wedding ♥

This is a pattern I have tried once before, and I love the style, 
so I decided to make a new dress for a wedding.

The dress code for the wedding was Colorful and Bold,
so I found this wonderful fabric in a local shop in Stavagner.  

I started with the front panel.

They are going to overlap at the middle.

I have gathered the panels at the shoulders and under the bust-parts.

I have to cut the lining and I have used cotton voile that is very soft.

I have used stabilizer-vliseline around the neck and arm-holes.

The shoulder- and the side seams are sewn, 
and the lining are stitched to the upper front and back part.

The sleeves that are squared are attatched before stitching the front parts together.

Then I attached the waistline around the uppe-part.

Then I attatched the skirt to the dress.
The skirt has 3 panels in front, 

- and 4 panels at the back with an invisible zipper in the middle. 

This is a short video.

BurdaStyle pattern #121 06/2019

We attended a wedding in England.


  1. AnonymousJuly 11, 2024

    Stunning dress, your hard work really paid off. I’m inspired to make one for my son's graduation in December 😊

  2. AnonymousJuly 12, 2024

    It’s gorgeous. I bet you have wonderful shoes under there too.


Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

Lace Blouse

50's Dress

Incredible journey...


"Puzzle" Dress

Colorblock Collection!

Fancy Pockets

Part 2. 3rd Ep.Sewing Bee

Preview 1st Episode