BLOGGER DIY: How to make a bandage dress

Updated on Jul 01, 2008
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yvanthi
yvanthi on August 27
a new diy project for me. thanks for the tutorial!
reklawysdnil
reklawysdnil on May 22
If you love fashion it is almost inevitable that you will find yourself sewing at some point. I find knit skirts/ dresses to not be proportioned right if they're just a tube.
Carolangi
Carolangi on March 04
THAT VERY BEAUTIFUL DRESS!! I LOVE IT!
GenL
GenL on June 10
That's so awesome! I'm going to try this right away!
AmyBrown
AmyBrown on September 15
Where is the second part of this blog?
electrocutions
electrocutions on September 10
This is simple but it makes such an elegant bad ass statement. Love it. :]
AmyBrown
AmyBrown on September 10
Do the strips fray at all?
lcuinda
lcuinda on August 03
I tried out your pattern with some mods to suit my fabric - see my blog for result
trishywishy
trishywishy on April 25
wow.. this is a chic and sexy dress..
CalamityJem
CalamityJem on August 04
yay, that just rocks my little cotton sox off!
meghanavoy
meghanavoy on July 26
i'm really confused on how to make the pattern, i have never made my own pattern before
merillein
merillein on July 02
THAAAAANK YOU ! Im lovin it.
lydia
lydia on July 02
more D.I.Y posts!!!! this is sweet :D
selina
selina on July 01
This is amazing!! I've made faux AA U-neck dresses but the strips of fabric makes the coolest effect!! One question- what fabric do you use rat_pack? I've used slight stretchy fabric before but some has been so stretchy that it pull the stitches apart! Do you have to use something with stretch or can non-stretch fabric work? x
selina
selina on July 02
thanks for the help! x
rat_pack
rat_pack on July 02
You do have to use stretchy fabric, otherwise the strips of fabric won't sit properly; they'll just hang in some places, which looks a little weird. It's best to use a really sturdy stretchy knit so that it keeps its shape a bit better and hopefully doesn't pull the stitches apart! The key is using a zig-zag stitch or serger so the seam stretches with the fabric and doesn't come undone...
Cammila
Cammila on July 01
This post is a splendid idea. And it's a great little dress!
sunshine
sunshine on July 01
sososo cool! i rly want to make this!
rainelyn
rainelyn on July 01
im so excited for this post! i would def def love to see more diy projects like this
kokonzai2
kokonzai2 on July 01
this is soo coool!
carolinephoto
carolinephoto on July 01
this will be my first project when i get back from italy in August. no lie.

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