Boo hiccup dating
With this dress, it’s important to make a muslin to get the exact fit.
Instead of taking the bodice in at the sides, I chose the center back because the side seams were located in just the right position–most likely from what’s left of Froo’s toddler tummy. I also cut a one-piece skirt and widened it to 60″.
Afterwards, I used E6000 glue to attach it to a satin covered headband that I bought at Jo-Ann.
Boo’s ring bearer outfit is a cute little black suit.
A salesperson at Britex Fabrics recommended satin covered buttons for a tuxedo look.
They aren’t something I would have previously considered, but they do look sharp and I’m happy with how it turned out. I also added a hem facing to the lining, to ensure the blazer had a nice crisp hem. I didn’t add the belt loops because tuxedo pants are not worn with a belt. I had to throw it in the bin and cut a new pant leg.
The fabric is pretty awesome, also from Fabric Outlet.
I reckon it’s the absolute best fabric to make a child’s suit.
Today we are sharing a quick and easy love note idea for Halloween that your spouse will enjoy. I like to hide all my notes in random spots around the house or in my hubby’s car.The bodice is lined with the same fabric because I wanted to ensure the neckline would stay fairly stiff.I really like the polyester satin because it doesn’t wrinkle very much.For the elastic, I placed it at the side seams instead, to keep the front waistband flat. I couldn’t risk another frustrating pocket, so I decided to go without.I’m pretty sure it was because the fabric was too thick, because I know I can make a great pair of welt pockets!