Amanda Panda (all_laced_in) wrote in advanced_sewing,
Amanda Panda
all_laced_in
advanced_sewing

I am making a bias cut dress out of a crepe backed polyester satin (eewwww yes, but I this is what the budget could afford) and having tummy trouble. As you can see its got poof at the tummy. I can't figure out what to do with it. . I also had to cover them in a stretch fleece to prevent the bumps from the wire showing through! Any suggestions? I am at wits end!
I put bust darts in to help a bit, but no matter what I do it seems I can't get rid of it. Am I just being silly? does it look bad? help?


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