I'm attaching some photos of a dress I made using your tutorials and patterns. This is a combination of the plus size dress with hidden corset and your skirt patterns.
This was the first dress I did using your methods and it worked out really well. I explained what measurements my client needed to take and everything was done via email and zoom calls. She is from Texas and I'm in the UK. The dress fitted her well and she was so happy with the result.
Dress made from black and white duchess satin and a crepe back satin lining. Black lace hand sewn to the bodice and glued onto the train.
Here's another dress I made using your tutorials and patterns. It was a combination of techniques for the deep neckline with boning forming the bust with plus size techniques. I used the flared skirt pattern and circular skirt method for the tulle. The corners for straps also came in handy.
This dress was also made for a bride abroad in South Africa. I was able to fit her the weekend before her wedding and we only had to take the dress in on the side seam which worked well!
Lining and base grey satin backed crepe. Grey tulle for skirt and the bodice was covered with delicate lace and more 3D lace cut out and appliquéd on top.
Without your help and quick email responses I wouldn't have had the confidence to do this.
I've made this dress using the free bustier corset pattern, A-line skirt patter and method for circular skirt.
I used corset mesh with a delicate lace layer and 3D lace hand appliquéd on top. The skirt is made from a coffee coloured satin, a layer of lace and a layer of white tulle cut circular to soften the look. I also used your method of making a slit without seam lines.
This was such a fun experience I've learnt so many new techniques!
Thank you so much for always replying to my emails.
Stefanie Godden, UK