Sewing - Dressform, Dress Form, Dummy & Mannequin
Penelope is finished - dress form review. Review of the PGM 601 dress form and the Fabulous Fit padding kit.
Plus Size DIY Dress Form
DIY Dressform Making. Melissa Taylor Jenkins, owner and designer of the clothing brand Katastrophic guest posts on www.madalynne.com... about DIY Dressform making
katastrophic: DIY Dress Form Part 1: Building the Mold
[Key referenace lines marked on a dressform] from a blog post in French on this blog: sbcreations.unblo... the post shows the blogger practising draping a bodice and skirt on her dressform too.
J’ai testé la technique du moulage…
Custom DIY Dressform (Foam method) by 'Sew Not Work' blog. (Part 2 of her dressform is here: sewnotwork.wordpr... )
What I Do in My Spare Time...a Dress Form, Of Course!!
$176 includes s/h. 1/2 scale Dress Form. Jane Elson designed these half-scale dress forms for fashion designers, students & costume makers. Madeleine Vionnet draped on a scaled dress form. Ladies Dummy is half a standard size 12: 18"/46cm HT. Bust 43.5cm/34". Waist 33cm/26". Hips 46cm/36". Versatile stand w/ legs. Firm but soft, + esp. useful for creating any style which requires tight corseting like evening wear or theatre costumes, when it can be squeezed in a little. Pink, Purple Red.
[HALF-SCALE DRESSFORM] After leaving the Royal College of Art JANE ELSON had a varied career in the fashion industry; working in couture for Jo Mattli, in fashion forecasting for the International Wool Secretariat, and freelance design and pattern cutting for many London manufacturers. As a senior lecturer at the London College of Fashion, she saw some of the difficulties experienced by students. As a result Jane has designed and developed these products especially to help.
Ladies Size 12 Half Scale Dressform - by Jane Elson - £105.00. Hand made in quality cotton fabric. The ladies dummy is 18"/ 46cm high, it measures half a standard UK size 12:- Bust 43.5cm/34", Waist 33cm/26", Hips 46cm/36". This is a very versatile form, having legs beneath the overskirt. The form is firm but soft, and is especially useful for creating any style which requires tight corseting such as may be required for evening wear or theatre costume, when it can be squeezed in a little.