This dress is quite easy to make and simply adjustable to any sizes if you understand the steps. I suggest you to watch the whole video before you try making this dress, so you can get an idea on how exactly this dress was made. I made a summary for the pattern on my blog for all sizes so you can simply refer to it later without having to watch the video all over again once you understand how to do the increase/decrease and shoulder strap.
Frilly and Womanly Details
Move over, winter season wools and tweeds! This spring, lacy shirts will flatter matches, pom-poms and ruffles will decorate gowns and chiffon will softly drape bare arms. This womanly pattern equates into fragile lace trims at necklines and hems on camisoles and long-sleeve tees.
If you’ve always longed to use crochet-this is the season to do it.
The stiletto, fall’s ever-popular staple, steps aside this spring for spirited espadrilles, wedges and platforms. Metal sandals in silver and bronze are cosmopolitan yet remarkably simple to pull off. Try playful touches of macramé and eyelet this season.
Crochet espadrilles have a classic appeal when paired with sundresses and make an easy, feminine statement when used with denim.