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RiverDiva
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Date: 5/28/09 1:54 PM

I'm looking for a simple A-line halter pattern similar to the one on this site

http://www.ariadress.com/Desciptions/Desc188KA.htm

Can anyone help me in finding a patter or patterns that will work for making this dress? We'll be using Shantung Silk to make them.

Any help is appreciated!

Thanks!
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Date: 5/28/09 2:39 PM

Take a look at Simplicity 3784 I think it maybe what you are looking for. Plus there are a couple of reviews on this pattern.....always helps.
RiverDiva
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Date: 5/28/09 5:27 PM

Quote: leeannz
Take a look at Simplicity 3784 I think it maybe what you are looking for. Plus there are a couple of reviews on this pattern.....always helps.

I think I'm lookig for something less full on the skirt. A slight flare only. I really want them to be as simple as possible.
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Date: 5/28/09 5:31 PM

This one is pretty similar.
Butterick 5532
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Date: 5/29/09 12:56 PM

Quote: Amy-may
This one is pretty similar.

Butterick 5532

That's the closest I've found so far as well. It just has a very full bottom and not enough v on top.
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Date: 5/31/09 0:44 AM

Then simply cut the V deeper in the dress and taper the skirt to something less full... it's really not that difficult to do so. You may want to do a muslin before cutting the final garment to make sure you have the neckline and skirt modifications correct.
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