Thursday, March 17, 2011

"Marnie" dress, finished.


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Everything is back to normal, the day today was again sunny and mild temperatures as always in this beautiful place, well past the cold becomes a forgotten nightmare, this is what you could see from my window today ...

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PhotobucketA quick post before I go to bed to share with you the dress ended February film, "Marnie. "
I have rarely faced a dress easier and grateful that, absolutely no grinding from the pattern just to get the additional model is chosen from the film.Photobucket

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I'm looking forward to the weekend to use it and provide a photo session (with laughter of my son included), however, I feel I have to find the ideal setting for this wonderful clothing, accessories also use are subject to think, so I'm going to see it with the pillow.
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Only two photos to show the alteration of the sleeve to get the final finish with buttons and collar the first attempt that was very closed, the final product I think is more acceptable.
   However, I think it's time to start preparing the draw for the next movie for the month of March, but before the gift offer ..... Sweet dreams to all!

           Perhaps happy awakening, according to the part of the world where you are ...

27 comments:

  1. This is absolutely, positively stunning. It looks couture. That lace trim! Simply amazing. Can't wait to see more pictures of it.

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  2. Amazing! I agree with A Sewn Wardrobe - it absolutely looks like couture! I don't even begin to know how you did the lace. And the zip is the neatest I've ever seen. Hope that beautiful sun keeps shining for your modelling shoot! xx

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  3. Stunning! The lace insert is looks amazing and must have taken some skill to achieve. Muy linda!

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  4. Rosy that dress! It's the most beautiful you've ever shown us, I dream of having the same! The collar detail, the elegant sleeves... I adore everything :)

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  5. It's a beautiful dress! Such a perfect job, absolutely flawless.

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  6. Stunning dress!! I love the lace detail on the bottom!!

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  7. You are so talented! The dress is wonderful, I love the black details on the collar!

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  8. Me encnata como te ha quedado el vestido, es perfecto.

    Gracias por pasarte por mi blog, te sigo, te incluyo en mi lista y te preparo el post que me solicitas.

    BESOTES

    http://tvintagedreams.blogspot.com/

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  9. That is an elegant, beautiful dress. Beautiful sewing, too. The trim is perfect. The whole dress--perfect!

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  10. This is such a beautiful dress!! You should be so very proud. The details...simply perfect.

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  11. Beautiful! Love how you interpreted the dress from the movie.

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  12. This dress is completely stunning, you did a beautiful job! The lace insert is gorgeous!
    By the way, I've seen that translation "grinding" the pattern before, in English we would more commonly use the word "altering" the pattern.
    Hope the sun keep shining brightly for you, and I look forward to seeing next month's dress!

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  13. ohh your dress is so perfect. I want to see picture of you in it.

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  14. Wow, ... I'm excited! The dress is beautiful! I love this color combination of black and gray. It has always been elegant.

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  15. I love it. I'd like something like this (without the lace) for work.

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  16. me encanto verte ,aunque no te reconoci(soy muy mala para las caras)perdon...el vestido era precioso,luego estuve hablando de tu labor con mis amigos,lo dicho me hizo mucha ilusion y para la proxima espero poder hablar contigo algo mas.
    un beso

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  17. Lovely dress! It looks absolutely perfect!

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  18. Te quedó genial el vestido!
    Gracias por pasarte por mi blog.
    Cada viernes, en mi sección Vintage Friday, pongo una selección de piezas vintage que me parecen interesantes y que voy encontrando por la red... como el bolso verde de Mulberry que te gustó: es caro... cuesta 200 euros, pero nuevo cuesta 600!
    Un saludo,
    Cristina

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  19. I am always amazed when I visit your blog! And you say this was easy to make? Ha! I can't imagine...

    You are so lucky to live in such a beautiful place. Maybe that's why your clothes are so inspired!

    - Susan

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  20. wow! I love it! your dress is absolutely amazing - elegant, simply, classical, ideal for your shapely figure

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  21. Oh my gosh it's INCREDIBLE. Seriously it looks so good and super expensive too. Great job Rosy, you're amazing!
    I haven't gotten your package unfortunately. :( I hope it didn't get lost in the mail or anything, gosh I swear that always happens!

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  22. That is just lovely! (I want it!)

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  23. tu vestido es mas hermoso, ese entre dos de encaje le da un aire tan retro. me encanta

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  24. Wow this blog is very interesting. Beautiful.

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  25. Me encanta este vestido, es precioso! *.* Me recuerda a mis amados años 50

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