Classic Sheath Dress : Sewing Darts & Ways to style

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Greetings Everyone!

Today was absolutely gorgeous.  I hope you got to go outside and enjoy the weather.  Well, as some of you may already know, I am transitioning back to work full time and started sewing some of my wardrobe pieces. In this video, you will get a glimpse of how I sew the darts using tailor’s tack as well as show you the different ways I would style the Classic Sheath Dress. I will take you through the stages of styling the dress from casual, work, evening, to even an unconventional bridal look.

Let me know which look you like the best or how you would style your own Classic Sheath Dress. We all have different style personalities so the possibilities are endless. Enjoy and Thank you for watching!

I would also like to thank Sew Much Fabric for sponsoring this project.  We had a lot of fun.  Because Rosalind (the person behind SMF) possesses a keen eye for textile and fashion, this Classic Sheath dress project was a success.  So if you ever have any questions about fabric and what can be sewn with it, she is the person to ask.  Feel free to check out the beautiful fabric options at Sew Much Fabric by clicking {here}.  To specifically shop the grey ponte knit, visit…

Sew Much Fabric 832-363-1583

Also, many thanks to Andrea with Sew To Fit.  She is talented and very knowledgeable about pattern fitting.  If you would like to learn more about fitting patterns, check out her YouTube channel by clicking {here}.  You can watch Andrea fit the McCalls 7085 pattern on me below:

Well, thank you for watching and I hope you get inspired to create something EXTRAordinary;)




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