This is a fairly easy style to make without patterns or drafting. Just cut out a rectangle twice the length of the finished dress and slightly wider than your shoulders. Cut a hole in the middle. Then sew up the selvedges (or longitudinal edges) to a point that leaves comfortable sleeve gaps. And you’re done. You can widen the ends into a trapezoid for an A-line version or narrow them for a pegged silhouette.
Free pattern! | Make a statement with this DIY Shift Dress. :)
Short layered hair:
Jahodová pyramida - Zahrada - MojeDílo.cz
Vyplníme zeminou a zasadíme jahody
When hearing the term 'mudroom,' the first thing that comes to mind is, well, mud. One expects to find dirt coupled with an unorganized chaos of shoes, tools, and random items family members forgot to put away. However..