The “Final Weekly Creation of 2010″ Dress

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After 52 weeks of sewing, I’m allowing myself to be lazy and break with the format of The Weekly Creation. So no special photo of the dress on the dress form. Instead, here’s a photograph from our own holiday party. The dress turned out okay, although it was a bit tight. I also hand-beaded some details at the neckline but didn’t take a photo of that. (I told you I’m being lazy!) 

I do have to say that part of the reason I’m being lazy is because I’ve been spending the past week redesigning The Sew Weekly for 2011 and have a little blogging fatigued. I know I still owe an announcement about the guest authors for next year — I may start all of that in February to give us all a break/head-start. I’m still working out the details.

Most. Anti-climatic. Post. Ever.

 

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Mena Trott

Mena Trott started The Sew Weekly to document her attempt to sew all of her own clothes in 2010. Since then, she's made over 125 outfits and has way more clothes than she needs.

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  1. You look STUNNING… both of you.

  2. Lovely ladies, lovely dresses.
    Christiana
    sewamusing.blogspot.com

  3. Such a lovely dress Mena. You outdid yourself on that one.

  4. Its a beautiful dress and you look gorgeous in it.

  5. You look gorgeous – well done, I like that you match your decorations!

  6. Lovely dresses! And I also love this post, the last sentence made me crack up :) I didn’t think of it that way!

  7. My 4yr old daughter just saw this and said I want a dress like that for when I am bigger. It’s a stunning dress.

  8. Beautiful – I love pink and silver lace, and the sash is fabulous! Your little girl’s dress is cute too!

  9. Beautiful dress! You (both) look so pretty.

  10. That dress is absolutely gorgeous. I hope you’ll take detail photos next time you wear it!

  11. Very nice! I like how you fit right in with the decor. :) And that Penelope is just the cutest thing!

  12. You look very lovely – Have a wonderful, peaceful New Year!
    Maria.

  13. I wish the boys and me would have looked so lovely like you and your daughter! Just gorgeous.
    Wish you a happy new year! I always looking forward to looking round here!

  14. This is a great finale dress! I started following your blog mid last year. I remember spending about a month on my first sewing project and stumbling across your blog posting. You had made the same Kasia skirt in just hours!
    Kudos and i wish you luck this New year.
    :)