The Sweet Cherry Pie Coat, a Mori Girl Dress Design and the newest project in the Inspired by Desserts collection.
In my newest video, I am talking a little bit more in detail about this new design, how I got the idea, what kind of material I will be using and what to expect during this dressmaking process.
Besides the beautiful curtain fabric (100% cotton), I am also showing off the actual design in all its colorful glory, and I’m just in general having fun, playing around with color pens. (◕‿◕✿)
You might notice, I am trying to keep my videos shorter now. I will focus more on details and hopefully post more frequently.
As I am explaining in the video, this new project is yet again supposed to be for my daughter, the little princess that went from being a baby to becoming a walking and talking toddler in the blink of an eye.
To keep her warm in her Strawberry Shortcake Dress, I decided to make a somewhat matching coat, of course in Mori Girl style, that goes with my Inspired by Desserts theme.
Now, I don’t want to give too much away, so please watch the video!（＾＿－）
Sweet Cherry Pie #1- A Brand New Design
And there you have it!
A brand new design in the making. What I did not mention in the video, I am this time around planning to use my brand spanking new sewing machine, which I will show off in more detail in another video, fittingly titled ‘An ALMOST unboxing’, since it’s already out of the box.
I already got this beauty last X-mas, but until now, I haven’t really had the opportunity to become familiar with her.
I am sure there will still be a lot of parts that have to be sewn by hand, but I believe that with my new sewing machine, I can cut down on time a lot. After all, the Shortcake dress took me 8 months to finish (it was definitely worth it though), and with all these new ideas for new projects and dress designs swirling around in my head, I really want to pick up the pace a little.
In my next video I will mostly concentrate on measuring and cutting. The shape of this coat is a little bit more challenging, so attention to detail and accuracy are a must. And since I have a limited amount of materials at my disposal (the downside of purchasing unique single pieces from second hand stores and/or outlets), I don’t get many do-overs.
That’s it for now! Time for me to get back to work.
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Until next time! Buh-bye!