Pattern Puzzle: Style #22005

Posted by Kathleen Fasanella on Apr 19, 2013 at 3:40 pm / Pattern Puzzle / Trackback

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This style amounts to an experiment I’m working on, it’s being cut as I write so I have no idea if it will come out as I envision*. It is entirely possible it will come out looking rather horrid -as my last project did. I had done something incredibly stupid to it, I took screen caps of it as an example of what not to do so maybe I’ll post it next week.

It is as self explanatory as these things go. Your assignment, should you choose to accept it, is to draw a picture of what you think this style looks like. I will give you one clue, it is supposed to be a dress.

There is a larger version of this image if you prefer to work with that.

*The result is possibly unspeakably ugly or gut wrenchingly funny. I’ll settle for not falling flat on my face.

 

10 Responses to “Pattern Puzzle: Style #22005”

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Tracy Holtze
April 19th, 2013
9:28 PM

I began confidently with little cutouts and began folding….I can identify front back ‘bodice’ and a cowl neckline drape, it is sleeveless and the skirt section drapes but as to how it all fits together….:) I cant even begin to sketch it! Loved the challenge! I might not give up on it just yet….

Sarah_H.
April 20th, 2013
8:11 AM

Actually, I found this pattern rather easy to “read”. You write clearly, and it seems that you also pattern clearly.

Ann
April 20th, 2013
3:14 PM

I’m still puzzled. I can get a ‘literal’ cone detail at the neckline, but keep thinking that there is a twist or cascade instead? The side seam is interesting, I was expecting gusset like sewing but instead it is symmetrical. I traced the pattern onto interfacing and taped it together so maybe that’s cheating.

Kathleen
April 20th, 2013
5:03 PM

Well I sewed up my first mock up. The skirt… made a n00b mistake on that (what was I thinking?). The bodice isn’t bad. There is a gusset at side seam, built in. The CF neckline, I wanted some kind of frilly affect that would make itself known to me. And it did, I’m rather pleased with it. I figure the CF neck is open to interpretation but I’ll post my result later.

Ann
April 21st, 2013
12:29 AM

I love the bodice side. How did you decide where to put the grainline?

Kathleen
April 21st, 2013
8:05 AM

I suppose you could say my decision on where to put it was intuitive; I didn’t spend much or any time deciding.

I made the side seam itself, the vertical baseline. From there, I modified it to grain at a 45 degree angle.

LisaB
April 22nd, 2013
10:09 AM

I have a picture in my mind of the back and the side seam, but I can’t envision the front. Looking forward to your follow-up post!

Su
April 25th, 2013
5:20 PM

Without cutting out the pieces, I am guessing: skirt has draped side seam folds, created by the zigzags, an unusual shawl collar, armhole princess seam in the front, single piece is back panel for the bodice. I’m haven’t grasped a few things about the bodice- like the triangular par.t The vague picture created in my mind doesn’t account for it, unless it is some sort of tie at the waist.

Will have to try it out in paper to see what it ends up being.

Su
April 25th, 2013
5:24 PM

There’s so much going on- triangular part would be at the bodice sides, so it has a really funky necklinie/collar.

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