10:41 AM

DIY Mini Peplum Dress - completed!

 I was so intrigued to make this shirt and was even more inclined to sew because I already had the pattern.  I went to JoAnne's and purchased some ponte fabric and spent about 3 1/2 hours or so sewing this top.



I L-O-V-E the way it turned out. 

I created this shirt using vogue pattern V8815 widening the existing peplum and creating a larger peplum like below:

For the first peplum, cut and spread your peplum pattern as below and tape onto 8.5 x 11 papers.  Cut the new pattern and place on top of more 8.5 x 11 papers (taped together) to draw your second peplum.

For your second peplum, with your first peplum as a stencil, add 5 inches all the way around the skirt and connect the markings as we below and cut.







*** My pants are by Elizabeth and James (leather) and my boots are by L.A.M.B***

 
 


 

 
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  2. What kind of fabric did you use for this mini dress.

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    1. Hi hun, this was done with a ponte knit.

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