LAACHA

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I hate the climate change, because that’s the time when children … and adults fall sick. But this is the season of non-stop marriages as well. And as you all would agree…the more the marriages, the more dresses you’ll need…rite.

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This dress was made for my daughter. She absolutely loves such dresses. Actually hana’s baapa’s (father) neice bought a dress recently. When hana saw that dress, her instant reaction was “wow…I also want the same dress”. But I wasn’t keen on buying it. Instead I tried to make one for her. And this is the end product.

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The top is made of velvet fabric. The skirt is made of net fabric, brocade lining and cotton lining. Hope you all liked my attempt. Would love to have your feedback.

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Thankyou…

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ANARKALI DRESS

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                                Wow…I’m happy… I’m happy the way this dress has shaped up… I’ve been wishing to make this one for a long long time, but time and fear didn’t permit me to…. Finally I tried hard to conquer my fear and made use of every bit of time I got. Afterall ‘time’ n tide waits for none…

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                                     As I said earlier that my girl loves twirly dresses, I had to make this super twirly dress for her. The yoke portion is made out of a brocade type of fabric and the skirt portion is made of soft net fabric with satin lining. The skirt is basically a paneled skirt, which is easy to make. The fabric used for the border is a kind of silk material.

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                                     This dress was actually not that hard to make, but the portion that I thought would be the most easiest, turned out to be the toughest part. Arggh…the border, it took the life out of me. But somehow or the other I had to complete this dress. And after a lot of seam ripping and adjustments, this dress is finally done.

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Now hana is eagerly waiting for an occasion to wear it. She is waiting to twirl.
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