Monday, November 7, 2011

Deepavali dress

Hello friends, I am here after a short break....I was little busy with the family function(my sister's marriage) and then the festival. But there are many things to share with you. I designed the bridal blouse for my sister and a pattu paavadai for my daughter. Yet to receive the photos from my brother, so I'll post it later.

And now the deepavali dress I designed for my daughter..  




the back....


I just started it the day before the festival, so I kept very simple to finish it fast. Since the material is plain, I used some stones and beads to decorate  and stitched motifs in the skirt.

the details...





 Looking forward for your comments... Keep watching for
the tutorial - top with banded yoke. I will finish it in a couple of days.


Linking to the parties here

20 comments:

  1. Oh beautiful !!your little girl is very lucky to have a mother who lovingly stitches such a gorgeous frock
    Cheers
    Sonia
    cardsandschoolprojects.blogspot.com

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  2. The colors caught my eye. I love the combination! And the ribbons at the back are so darling. And wow, you finished in a day! I wish I can sew that fast :)

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  3. simple & cute one... looks great... nice 2 c u after such a long gap...

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  4. lovely dress. this color combo is an evergreen one. the back ties are so similar to the "Back to School dress" I made for Adithi, they are so comfy isn't it.

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  5. Such a lucky little girl.. I love the back.. looks stunning.. as she grows she will be soooooooo proud of you..

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  6. I like this blue and green color combination, reminds me of a peacock. Beautiful design and stitch work too. Your daughter looks lovely in the dress. :)

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  7. Ohh, it is lovely! I'm sure your daughter was thrilled to wear it!

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  8. Hi thendral! I enjoy you lovely projects and learning about your culture too!  I was hoping you would be so kind as to post your project on my Sew & Tell Saturday linky party at my blog this Saturday. Its geared specifically for sewing projects and fabric related crafts.Thanks so much!
    Justine @
     Sew Country Chick

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  9. Pretty dress. I love the embroidary on the bottom dress.
    viji

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  10. wow...lovely colour combo...she looks pretty in that colour

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  11. WOW !!! What an absolutely beautiful dress. I love everything, especially the colours of it. Gorgeous ! I saw it first on the show and tell and am so pleased I found your blog :-) xx

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  12. Such a beautiful dress! I love the straps at the back!

    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a great week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success
    http://www.jembellish.blogspot.com/

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  13. wonderful work! your art of sewing, colour combinations and embroidery works gives a perfect touch to the stuff... Kavin is so cute in this dress....

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  14. Thank you for linking up to our party, Show and Share #13, come back this week!

    A mommy's life... with a touch of yellow
    tyandwhitneyulrich.blogspot.com

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  15. Hi there, what a beautiful dress you made for your daughter. She is one lucky little lady. I have recently found your blog and am now following you, and will visit often. Please stop by my blog and perhaps you would like to follow me also. Have a wonderful day. Hugs, Chris

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  16. You say you have kept it simple. But it looks rich. Lovely dress and the color combo is great! Your daughter looks pretty in this dress.

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  17. beautiful outfit for ur little one

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  18. Lovely color combination...Love the ties at the back !!

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