Leather Sack Dress. Sometimes a wanna-do-make-cut-sew-glue fever overcomes me. Not only that I've got itchy feed, but sketch and scratch all the time, talk n.o.n. s.t.o.p. about my soon-to-be DIY and just can't wait to prepare all the components so that I'm finally able to play out what makes me that bubbly. And here we are, only a few steps away from the ultimate LSD:
1 STEP: prepare all your components, all you need is: a piece of clothing (here: ZARA dress), a piece of fabric (here: faux leather), fabric glue (here: the "paper roll", you have to iron it), a piece of paper, two kinds of scissors (paper, textile), a ruler or a measuring tape, a textile chalk and a pencil
note: it's always better to know what you want, picture it (or sketch it, like me above) to focus
2 STEP: draw the shape of your leather patches/detail/you name it on the piece of paper
3 STEP: cut it out and use it as a template
... et voilà the result:
Like? Well, I can't wait to wear it!
Happy Friday everyone!