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ririmon said: :O Thank you for the tip! When you said "sew up from the hem"... you meant the very bottom of the dress right? So I would be sewing along the side of the dress, then make a turn at the armpit area?What I've been doing this whole time is this: sew the dress and sleeves separately, then I would situate the detached sleeves into the arm holes and sew all around. Your way sounds much easier! I'll try it out soon, thanks! ^^

ririmon:

empty-my-pockets:

Oh yes, the bottom of the dress. I wasn’t really sure how to word it without sounding confusing.

Basically you follow these steps.
1. Pin you sleeve piece along the arm edge of the bodice piece.
2. Sew around the arm edge which will attach the sleeve. So when you place the dress over you, it drapes over you with the sides completly open.
3. Now pin all the back and front pieces together to form the dress.
4. Sew up from the bottom of the dress and follow the shape of the dress to the ends of the sleeves. For example, the sewing line would be the same as running your hand along the side of the body, into your armpit (sounds weird doesn’t it?) and along your arm to the tips.

Don’t worry, I did that method the first time I did sleeves in a dress and they turned out bulky and it was very difficult. But the next time, I tried this method and it’s much easier. Plus it creates a much neater seam. Just try to not have too much bulk (ie layers of fabric) around the shoulder/armpit area.

Love you see your dress once you are finished! Sewing is hard but once you get the hang of it, you’ll never stop!

You’re awesome, thank you! And yeah, my method made the armpit area always so uncomfy and just stiff.  I’ll try my best to utilize your tips!

Reblogging for justice against evil sleeves ;w;

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ririmon said: :O Thank you for the tip! When you said "sew up from the hem"... you meant the very bottom of the dress right? So I would be sewing along the side of the dress, then make a turn at the armpit area?What I've been doing this whole time is this: sew the dress and sleeves separately, then I would situate the detached sleeves into the arm holes and sew all around. Your way sounds much easier! I'll try it out soon, thanks! ^^

Oh yes, the bottom of the dress. I wasn’t really sure how to word it without sounding confusing.

Basically you follow these steps.
1. Pin you sleeve piece along the arm edge of the bodice piece.
2. Sew around the arm edge which will attach the sleeve. So when you place the dress over you, it drapes over you with the sides completly open.
3. Now pin all the back and front pieces together to form the dress.
4. Sew up from the bottom of the dress and follow the shape of the dress to the ends of the sleeves. For example, the sewing line would be the same as running your hand along the side of the body, into your armpit (sounds weird doesn’t it?) and along your arm to the tips.

Don’t worry, I did that method the first time I did sleeves in a dress and they turned out bulky and it was very difficult. But the next time, I tried this method and it’s much easier. Plus it creates a much neater seam. Just try to not have too much bulk (ie layers of fabric) around the shoulder/armpit area.

Love you see your dress once you are finished! Sewing is hard but once you get the hang of it, you’ll never stop!


Made a kitty pencil case! Kept losing my art supplies in my backpack but now he can keep them safe :)

I’ll just play a quick session of Animal Crossing.
Ends up spending an hour placing down stepping stones & planting trees.

moist-ointment:

LUIGI GET OUT.
thgu said: your ac town is adorable. Just visited it on dream suite!

Thank you for visiting & also for saying that my town is adorable!