No. However, you do have the option of using the spray dyed fabric you bought from our store as a pattern for your own garment. If you’d like to try this, we suggest that you start with a light color such as red, and work your way up to a darker color. The fabric will keep your pattern clean and you can make several, smaller patterns for your garment. If you want a more detailed pattern, we suggest starting with two or three pieces of fabric at a time.
How far down do you start the weave?
When you start your weave, you want to have a 1 inch width of fabric as you work. Your weave should be between 4 to 6 inches (12 to 31 cm) long, depending on your gauge. When you have finished your first seam of fabric, you will have a nice, clean edge. If you continue to weave down your first 1 inch (25 cm), you will end up with a very long, narrow seam (weave less or your garment will be extremely stiff). If you continue down your first 1 inch (25 cm) with the same width of fabrics as you worked in the beginning, and go to the next row of fabric, you should find that the weave is now much wider, between 2 and 3 inches (51 to 74 cm). When weaving you want to turn the fabric to “top” and leave a 1 inch (25 cm) width at the end of your weave. From here you can choose to go down the length of your weave; that is, to leave a 1 inch (25 cm) in front of the last row of your first row. If you start in a direction other than “top” you will probably end up making a very tight (stiff) weave.
What is the yardage requirement?
If you want to make a dress for the entire body, you will need to cut out approximately 8.5 yards (3.5 meters) of fabric from one of our fabrics. If you want to make a dress for a particular part of your body, that part will be about 5.5 yards (2.5 meters).
What size yardage is needed for my finished dress?
There is an individual yardage requirement which varies depending on your size and how often you are going to sew. For a larger-sized woman, 10-12 yards (3.5 to 5 meters) will usually be sufficient. For smaller individuals, smaller size pieces are typically more difficult to
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