Tiptoe through the tunics…

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    1. They are attached at the side seams and neck edge, but are loose apart from that- quite ingenious. The two half belts are separate and inserted at the side seams. I actually ignored instructions and hand sewed them over the side zip, to avoid bulk.
      Th eyelets aren’t up to the ones I made for the wife’s wedding dress, but that WAS 3 years ago!

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  1. Impressive. Truly impressive. You might just asked to be on costume team for Series 8 (the last).
    However, I just have to ask – are you still making ‘real’ clothes?

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    1. Sort of- the missus is demanding ever more shirts, even if some of them are in kitsch prints for the steampunkery! She needs trousers next, so I have to revive the abandoned trouser toiles and get on with it.

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  2. That dress is looking great, I don’t think there’s a chance I could follow steps like that!! I would have crumbled and gave up. Loving the ribbon detail, it looks perfect.

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  3. Aha, that’s what the scales were for! Love how it’s also a belt, ingenious! Will we get to see pics of Missus in in, I’m not sure that hanger is doing it justice

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