The Dina Sample From Fibre Temper

Hey, it’s me. I’m again. I do know, it’s been some time since I final blogged, however I’ve been round. Do you comply with me on Insta? Effectively, you need to as a result of that’s the place I spend most of my time. Any who, I not too long ago made this actually cute high and I made a decision I wanted to share it with you guys! Meet the Dina Sample from Fibre Temper.

Dina from Fibre Mood

The Dina Sample

Fibre Temper simply launched their latest stitching journal a number of weeks in the past and the Dina Sample was included in it. You may get your fingers on the stitching journal HERE. The Dina is a quite simple costume that’s taken to the following degree with these attractive assertion sleeves. Now, if you realize me, then you realize I like a very good sleeve. The sleeve encompasses a pleat that creates the correct amount of quantity and it’s simply good! The costume can also be designed with a bust dart to make it a little bit fitted however then flares to an A-line costume. The Dina additionally has pockets.

Initially, I used to be going to make the costume model. Effectively, lengthy story brief, I made a boo boo and ended up with the highest model as an alternative. I made a dimension 18 and it was a little bit to giant so I made a decision to dimension down and that was nonetheless a little bit too giant. I then determined to attempt the 14 and I accidently minimize off the seam allowance after which it was too tight at my hips. That’s after I determined to make the highest model as a result of I didn’t wish to waste the material I had already minimize out. I do like the tip outcome, BUT I’ll be making a dimension 16 after I make the costume model. Oh and this gorgeous pink material is from my buddies over at Material Mart. I received some time in the past at like $3 a yard or one thing ridiculous like that.

Full view of Dina Dress from Fibre Mood

The development of the highest was pretty easy though I did get a little bit confused with the sleeve binding. I believe it was late at night time and my mind stopped comprehending the written directions. lol Effectively, fortunately Fibre Temper has a sew alongside! I hopped on over on their Instagram and Kate (@timetosew) has a tremendous sewalong that could be very straightforward to comply with and can show you how to for those who get caught like I did.

My second favourite a part of this sample is the invisible zipper! I do know that zippers may be so intimidating and a few individuals are scared to even try putting in a zipper. I’ve watched so many movies on zipper installations and there are many nice ones on the market. I’ve used each Brittany J Jones methodology and Mimi G Fashion additionally has some nice tutorials on YouTube. I believe I’ve discovered my favourite methodology and you’ll see the directions under. These are in directions discovered within the sample directions for the Dina Pattern.

Back view of invisible zipper of Dina

Effectively, I hope you loved my model of the Dina Sample and I’ll make sure you share my costume model as soon as I make it. I went out to brunch this previous Saturday with my buddy Tami (@itssimplytami) and I made certain to put on my high. Tami cherished it and we determined to have a mini picture shoot and he or she took some nice photographs of me in my high.

Effectively, till subsequent time of us. I promise to not be MIA for therefore lengthy. I made so many fairly clothes this summer season that I didn’t weblog about so I’m pondering I’m going to be doing a Issues I Made This Summer season That I Did Not Weblog About sequence. What do you suppose? If you need a sustain with what I’m as much as after I’m not running a blog, you will discover me over on my Instagram at @soveryjo.

Up close of Dina Pattern from Fibre Mood
Dina Pattern from Fibre Mood



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