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Subject: Also, check out this post on dance.net from a mom who made a solo dress. She has a picture of how she made the skirt


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Date Posted: Tuesday, April 02, 07:40:01pm
In reply to: newbie trying hard to save money 's message, "How do you get the shape for a yolk for a skirt - I have a little experience of making deress but want to try the firtst on with a yolk and sequence material. I was planning on using double thickiness pellon but what is the basic shape and how wide is best. DD is 5 foot tall also do you stich lining to the yolk or make a pocket for to pop it in? do you stich the yolk to the bodice or connect with material between - thanks" on Monday, April 01, 07:51:48am

www.dance.net/topic/10041445/1/Irish-Dressmakers-Costumers/The-Evolution-of-a-solo-dress.html&replies=20]Evolution of a Solo Dress

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