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Making A Wedding Dress


Welcome back to my channel so today. I’ll be showing you guys how to make a wedding dress. So I’m making this wedding dress for someone. It’s like a beach wedding, so it’s not anything. The dress wouldn’t be anything. Too fancy is just a simple wedding dress so for that. I’m using five years of this fabric and I’ve already I have a video on how to cut the tray, which is on my channel, but I’ll put the link you go. So this is the Train here this. So this is what the tray looks like. I already made a video on how I cut this train because I do want to make the video too long, so I made sure to make some clips of the video, so the drill. I already have a video on that. So this is the birth of the play of these two dress, and then this is the set of a back of the dress as conceit has to answer where our policy and this is the waistline here, and this is basically just a long. Saku, bottom here. Just as in Tecate, the long second sketch. I already have a video on how you cuz it’s suppose scare, so this is just like the bottom part of its right, and then I make the waist small like I added a few more inches to me to waste this 37 I made it 50 but if I had more fabric, I would have gone for 60 so now. I’ll be able to pleat it more so instead I gave it to me later, one side, and then I’m not pleased alongside with this second. So this is what I was telling about. If you want, it’s a coup in speed spell. You increase your waist measurements when you’re doing that. I already have a video on how to cut the second for this. Is the semicircle technique club? The second technique. So this is very spot on so now to cut the top. But I’m cutting and cutting it away, right, but your sweetheart neckline. So it’s basically simple, Please here. So the top part is, it’s you. The bottom is a circle with box pleats at any time. Actually, so it’s just a simple wedding, A simple wedding dress for maybe we vow renewal or anything, so it’s not anything It’s not supposed to be fancy so guys to cut this what you need to do so. I’m going to simplify this the best way I can so basically what you’ll be needing. Is your bust measurement, right, so what you’re going to do is just get your bust measurement, right so for me. I’m working with 39 so 39 plus 12 so half 51 and then your waist measurement plus 12 my waist measurement. I’m working with is 37 plus 12 is 49 right, but the one I’m going to be working with is the 51 so 51 which is the widest part of the upper body, is what I’m going to be working with for this top part of this dress. So what I’m going to do is to cut the fabric and make sure that it is which wise it’s 51 right, but the 51 can fit into these ladies, so I’m going to measure from this end here this end here and then make sure that my tip goes down to 51 right, so 51 should be somewhere here so. I’m going to cut it out so here. We’re going to cut this out So now that cuts out the 51 I’m going to chair this excess here, right, So this is 51 and then the next thing I did is to fold it into two. I folded the fabric into two this way, right. I putted it into two, and then the next thing I’m just going to show you step by step, so you don’t get confused, so fold it into two and then the next thing. I’m going to do is to split it open from the other end, right, and then after that, you know that one piece is for the back. I want pieces for the front, so that’s basically right now. The back piece, the front piece. This is my front space. This is the back piece, so what? I’m going to do is to open up my back piece here for my zip allowance. Right for my zip alarm. This is how? I normally do my. I don’t know for every other person, so open it up here. The next thing I will do now is because I don’t want to make a mess. This is white fabric, So I’m just going to walk on the back of the fabric. I’m going to take this one here. This is my front panel. Place it on the back panel and then. I’m going to because this is going to be an off shoulder since this is a cute top, right, so I’m going to make sure mine Is Patty Mats every six inches so six inches from the top part here. Don’t worry about the seam allowance. I already know like the seam allowance will be part of this hair, so just start from six inches. I’m still going to make a separate video on how to cut a tiptoe. But if you want to follow this particular tutorial, Just I’m trying to explain to you. How I’m going to cut this particular dress here, so I’m going to start at 6 here to be the top part of this, so from the top to the bottom. I’m going to make sure that 6 inches is ready if the tape starts. And then I’m going to mark it at mine or 10 inches, depending on what your on hole is right, so my on go here. I’m going to use 9.5 for mine here, so I’m going to mark it here. And then maybe comment by 1.5 inch or 2 inches and then mark it off here. Cover it this way for my up. Hope, right and then slip a little bit here, so that? I don’t make any mistake here. So after that, I’m going the next thing I’m going to do is to check the waist measurement. I’m working with so guys. You remember The first measurement the first both measurements that we used, which was the 51 which was what I got from adding. The bust measurement first row was just to get the full length. I’m going to use to work with all this top part of the bodice, so the waist measurement. I added, talked like what I got for. Mine was 49 right 49/4 What I have is 12.25 so I’m going to mark 0.25 down here at the waist. That’s right, and then the next thing you do is to connect from this point here and join this line here, right. This is basically like you’re shipping the dress. Your shipping needs so. I’m going to cut this out here. So guys the top. I’ve been talking about since I started is for the extra inches that you use like extra seam allowance that you use. So it’s tough for everybody. Just ups off to the patient’s balls, tough to the person’s waist. And then you start working with it, so it’s basically like to have a particular like so that you don’t miss taking and I’ve excessive number to the Similan so just used to offer you stuff for everybody as they used, talked as the cost. And so the next thing I’m going to do now is to from the back. I’m going to cut out this top part of the path, right. I’m going to cut it like a street. My normally people just wait to cut this out, so remember. This is supposed to be a tube, right, So the top parts the the back is often lower than the front so. I’ve cut out of the back the first line at the back here. So this is what I cut out for meeting, so it’s supposed to be this way. I remove this top part of it. So you see what I’m working with now. So this is the back panel. Normally, people split stairs and then. I think if you if you’re still trying to learn how to do it, This is how I do mine So basically, when I go back to do it. I’m just going to give it a dot in between here to shape it. I don’t know if you could see that the shape is already forming. You give it a dot here for one side, and then this is the second style here. Let me show you guys. So this is the center part here. You give it a back here. Give it a that’s here. The two sides of the back. And then this is yours. If the center is for the seat, this center here is going to fold in this way for your zip, and then you give it a dot all the way up and down all the way up and down, so I’m going to set this on a side now and then so I set the back aside so now. I’m going to show you guys how to finish up the font button. So for the front, what I’m going to do now is say, guys. I just remembered I didn’t tell you guys what the length would be right, so remember? I said start from six. So when you start from seed the next thing. I’m going to check is just place your tape like, like you would place it on a normal bodies, right, and then you know that your offshore that is supposed to start from six, so the next thing. I’m ready to do is to my top is supposed to stop at 17-17 D show that to waste on the Passyunk 17 by made it eighteen because one inch half an inch for here, half an inch for here, which is 18 making it 18 inches so half. An inch is for the top part here. Half an inch is for the bottom parts here, so that’s. Why, from this part here to this part, a is 6 to 18 instead of 17 Yo, the one inch that came at the bottom. Here is the half an inch that will come in here. Maybe, in case you’re going to use a lining to line this or in case, you’re going to fold it in, so that’s why I added extra 1 inch 1/2 an inch per year and then half an inch at the bottom to attach the dress to D to deflate. This is the front piece, right, so the next thing. I’m going to do is to take this and fold it in and then measure out the first point, which is from the nipple to the nipple. So the breast point the two breast point, you measure it on the person this way and then whatever it gets for me. I got it so whatever he gets divided by through, so that’s before for me plus one. So that’s five so for me. I’m going to make sure that I have five all the way up and then 5 all the way down. So make sure that what you put. That is up to 5 because this fabric is bouncy. I’m just going to hold it down with the plane so guys, After checking the burst point applause when you added is for seam allowance, right, so the next thing you’re going to do is to the next thing you’re going to do After folding. It is place the tip again at 6 right, and then whatever you want your the V because this would be the center part of the neckline. So what you’re going to check? Now is how much you want your V to be. So I know already that my off. Should I start in a 6 right. So if you want yours could be 9 If you wanted really deep, you could go a Spain but mine. I’m going to make it 8 Point 5 so what I’m going to have is going to be 8.5 right, so from six to eight point Five is what I’m going to mark here, so this point here and I’m going to mark it this way, right, and then after that, the next thing you’re going to Mark is to put your tip again at six and then check your shoulder to the breast point. Basra sugar to the nipple point is going to be for me. Is 12 some way to macto here. Then the next thing is your shoulder to the under the bust that would be 14 for me, right. If normally around two inches below the breast point. Oh, man, so mine is 14 here, and then the next thing you’re going to check is the waistline, which is here’s 17 for me, so that’s what? I did here so the next after that. So you see, I have three lines here. I have three lines here. So the first line is shoulder to breast points as I showed up to the nipple. The second point is shoulder to under the bust. Then the third line is shoulder to the waist, so that’s. How is Max here? One two three. So after that, the next thing. I’m going to do is place your tip place. That’s from this and waistline here. So from the waist, you’re going to subtract so from the waist. You’re going to subtract half an inch from the middle one. You’re going to subtract half an – 2 / 4 That’s half an inch plus 2.5 You understand, so from here, you’re going to subtract half an inch, right, does 1 / 2 from the center one. You’re going to subtract 3 / 4 and then from the top pads 1 you’re going to draw some way to make it yet, so it’s basically 7 points:5 right, 0.5 Plus 2.5 Does it’s going to be seven point five, so that’s what I’m going to my case, so what you’re taking in here is bigger than what you’re taking in here. Cause here is 0.5 0.75 and then you’re just going to blend it in so from here. What you’re going to do is mark this way. Take it up here and then go out this way right this way and then blend it this way. So you basically make your maximum question Mark and then coming in and out. So that’s what this is going to look like. This is the easiest way to get this basic bodies for sweetheart neckline cause it can be difficult. So after that, man, you have to cut it out so from here, so guys does basically it now. I’m going to cut it down. So what you’re going to do is cut out. This part always be show notes, because when I first started, I always used to make a mistake of going with the center, but remember is the outer part by agree to cut it, so it cuts this way. Go in, cut out and keep your hands straight at this point here and then from here the next thing. I’m going to do is to cut this out this way and I’m going to make two of these rights because this is supposed to be thick. So what I’m going to do is to make this one here my lining because I have already made a lot of chopped Macanese because I’m using this one because the main fabric and also as my lining so it should be Dabu the fabric on it to be cheap, so I’m going to just cut using this same pattern and way to trace out another one, so that would be the main one, and then this one with the chalk would be my lining, but if you have a lining, then you can just go ahead and cut it like on top of the line and instead of using this one here, so this is basically what? I’m working with right now. So I’m going to remove this. I show you guys and most times when I cut mine. They might not come out perfectly right, but then when I go back to sew it like you. Could you can’t see it here? But when I go back to sew it, I make sure to give it the definition diagonals so from here. This is the back, right. This is the front here. This is here! This is this is here and this is here so when you go to. Seoul, you’re going to place this here, so it’s all the way down and open it up here. Put this one here, right side facing each other, so it’s all the way down, so I’m good, and then you do the same thing for your mind, and when you do it for your lining, then you take the line and I place it on this fabric and then close up the top part. So now you have double of it, so I’m going to do mine. I show you guys at the same time, guys. This is what it looks like right now. This is the back you see what I was saying. I cut it, Shota. At the back so this, and then I’m going to put in the zip at this point here, putting the zip at this point here. So that’s what the back looks like. I’m still going to iron this more and then. This is the front here, so yeah. This is the top bodies. I remember what I said. Attach the top pals first and then, like, fix the side to the center on one side. Do the same for your lining and then take the lining on the front spot, put it together and then sew the top of it, trim out the excess and then flip it up and close this way. So now this is what you have left, so so guys. This is the tale. I’ve attached it to the end of the dress, and then this is the the body of the dress itself. So this is the part. I left for zip, so when I put in the top part. And then I’ll add the zip to dispatch a closet. Oh, so! I’m going to 2004 so guys. This is what the dress is looking like right now. So because the person is on the petite side, so and here is the back here, so I had that they the zip by the back. So you see, this is what the front looks like. This is what the back looks like, and the whole thing is double. If I had more fabric, I would have made the bottom even bigger, but I’m working with less amount of fabric as well. Then what about here you could see very few clothes in here, so if I pull it apart, you see the tail, so you see, here’s the tail here, so thank you guys so much for watching please like share and subscribe bye.