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The Making of Diana’s Dress – Final Chapter


 The dress is done and everyone is happy.  I like it so much I want to make one for myself, but in a different color and knee length.  This is a dress that makes me want to dance.  My favorite part of the dress, the flowers.  I added Swarovski rhinestones in the middle of the flowers. 


Here is the dress at the final fitting.  No tweaking needed.  

finished 1

finished 2

finished 3







Time to press the dress and put it in a bag.

The  End

The End


Author: Mpressive Threadz

I started sewing when I was 11 years old, and had my own clients when I was 12. I graduated from the H.S. of Fashion Industries, majoring in fashion design. I expanded my technical background by attending evening classes at the Fashion Institute of Technology and working many years at a major pattern company. I have been creating custom wedding gowns and evening dresses for more years than I care to count. I LOVE WORKING WITH FABRICS. I love fine sewing techniques. I love creating beautiful dresses.

6 thoughts on “The Making of Diana’s Dress – Final Chapter

  1. The dress turned out great! The fit is impeccable!

  2. I agree with Erca B. What an impeccable fit. You are amazing! It’s absolutely beautiful.

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