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Anna's green dress has a wide box pleat. This version allows for that. This is a different scale from the other.
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Hi! I love this design but any chance you have one that has the embroidery panels smaller at the waist with them gradually becoming wider toward the bottom of the dress? If not is this something that you can create? Also would it be possible for the panels to be anywhere from 45-50" long? My waist to floor measurement is exactly 42" and I need to take into account of adding a hoop skirt under my costume. Thank you so much for your help!
Posted about 1 year ago.
My frozen fabrics are for adults unless otherwise marked toddler or child typically. This one is for an adult. Thanks!
Posted over 1 year ago.
Hi Aimee, Are the stripes printed in such a way that this could be used for an adult costume?
Would you consider making this on a smaller scale appropriate for an 18 inch doll?
Posted about 2 years ago.
can we order this pattern on a silk organza?
The pattern that must show on top (the two narrow stripes plus the stripe with the design on it), according to the guide on the side, looks to be 7.5 inches across to me. So all the green would be underneath in the box pleats. It's so big a pattern, that on a small kid you would have only two in front and back. Even on a grown person it would be not much more and would look skimpy. I wish they has a half size with the box pleat, the way they do with the kind you would gather. As it is, I am making this for a T4 size and so I will go with the smaller pattern and just gather it.
What fabric type should I get? I don't really know a lot about fabric...
Posted over 2 years ago.
if you put in multiple yards, you will see that the stripes are horizontal. so hopefully, your length doesn't need to be more than 42". it looks like the stripes are 5" (with a little of the lighter green showing on either side of the design - so, my daughter's waist is 30 - 30/5=6. so i would need 6 stripes to go around her waist. if you put a quantity of 3 in the yardage box, you will see that it is showing just shy of 6 stripes. because I believe you can only buy whole yards (it won't let me put in 3.5) i will make 3 work!!!
Is this printed horizontally perpendicular to the selvage? Also how big are the stripes?
sorry, i'm being dense - it's hard for me to follow your last comment without taking her waist to floor measurement into account. are the stripes vertical or horizontal?? so, if my daughter has a 30" waist and her waist to floor measurement is 41", how much do I need?
I'm sorry, I was reading the measuring tape wrong. The stripe is more like 4" across the decorated stripe, and it is a 20" repeat. My bad. Anyway, you can recalculate the numbers in my previous post to more accurately suit your wearer. 4" stripe, 24" waist = 6 stripes around waist, 2 stripes per yard, so still 3 yards. Wow. I'd buy an extra yard for insurance.
It looks like the pattern stripe is just less than 2" wide, and it is 10" repeat, so you calculate every 10" of fabric gives you 2" showing in the box pleat. Let's say your wearer is 24" waist. So this fabric is 42" wide, so you get perhaps 4 pleats across. If your wearer is 32" from waist to floor, then you need a yard for each panel of 4 pleats. Four pleats will go around the waist 8", so you'll need 3 panels, so 3 yards for the skirt, and fudge as needed on the last pleats on both sides for zipper.
How much yardage you would need would depend on a few factors: the width of the stripes, the waist measurement of your wearer and their waist-to-floor measurement, and if you want it to most nearly duplicate the movie's version.
How many yards would need to be purchased to make a skirt? Thanks!
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