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If you dress doesn’t have a hem or the hem isn’t big enough for a casing, you’ll have to hem it up and create your own moving onto the next step. (Just be sure that the dress is long enough AFTER you hem it.) To get started, you will be making a slight curve in the center bottom of the dress (both front and back sides). He always leaves packed with weaponry, and returns with a bag of caps.He's loyal to whomever holds his contract beyond question, and will do whatever his employer orders.While the terms of the contract are never shown, if Charon is asked to retrieve the G. A daring slit and deep-V neckline balance sweet lace on this softly romantic crepe gown with fluttering sleeves.

The fluid gown turns to reveal an unexpected illusion back in sheer lace with a row of delicate buttons for added intrigue.I used a 1/4 inch seam allowance along the curve but then a 1/2 inch seam allowance along the bottom sides because I don’t want this lining piece to reach the very bottom of the dress and peek out from the front. Then I trimmed off the extra seam allowance, trimmed off the 2 corners, then clipped the curve. Go here.) Then I turned it right side out, poked out the corners, then pressed the whole thing flat. But, oh my word, what’s more delicious than a bubbled romper? Rompers stay right in place….keep baby/toddler covered. My dress hem was turned under about an inch and was perfect for creating the little ruffle at the bottom of the elastic casing. And there’s nothing too tough about this transformation. I’ve just added snaps to the bottom (for diapering or potty), along with a little elastic around each leg. (Before you get scared away by the snaps on this romper…….here’s a tutorial on how to attach them. But if your hem is more narrow, don’t worry, it will just act as a casing without the little ruffle at the bottom.

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