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How to Sew Bridesmaids Dresses:
Bridesmaids' dresses come in a wide variety of styles and colors. The bride may choose to have all the bridesmaids wear exactly the same type of dress, or wear slightly different styles all in the same color, or even different shades, so that each bridesmaid can choose a style that she likes and that most flatters her figure. (And if a bridesmaid gets a dress she likes, she may be more likely to wear it again.) The bride may want to have the bridesmaids dresses sewn if she wants a particular color, or style, that she can't easily find in stores, or if she wants to do costume-style bridesmaids' dresses, such as for a Renaissance themed wedding. Make sure to start the bridesmaids' dresses well before the wedding, so that you'll have time to complete them in plenty of time for a final fitting.
Meet with the bride (and the bridesmaids, if possible) to determine how many bridesmaids' dresses there will be. Choose a style (or styles) and color for the dresses, and find out if the bride or bridesmaids plan to help pick out patterns and materials. Set a budget for the dresses and a deadline for the final fitting
Take the measurements for each bridesmaid (or have them take their own and send them to you), measuring around the fullest part of the bust, waist and hips. You'll need this information for choosing a pattern and making the dresses, since pattern companies often use different sizes from the dress sizes found in stores
Choose a dress pattern or patterns that matches the bride's expectations and the style of the wedding. If the bridesmaids want different styles, you may be able to save money by buying one pattern that has several options for necklines and sleeves. Some dress patterns are easier to sew than others, so make sure to choose a pattern that matches your skill level
Select fabric for the dresses. If you want to make all the dresses in the same fabric, make sure the store has enough of that fabric available, or can order it for you in time. Follow the guidelines on the pattern envelope for recommended types of fabric and to find out how much material you need for each dress
Pick out good quality thread that matches the fabric, zippers and any other notions or accessories you need, such as fusible interfacing. Buy any trim or decorations at the same time as the fabric, if possible, to make sure they match
Cut out the pattern pieces. If you're using the same pattern to make dresses in several sizes, cut out the patterns using the lines for the largest size first, then cut the patterns in the smaller sizes after you've finished cutting the fabric for the larger size. Smooth out any wrinkles in the pattern pieces, using a low-temperature iron if needed
Follow the pattern directions to cut out the dress pieces and sew them together. Have the bridesmaids try on the dresses, if possible, before hemming the skirt and the sleeves. If the bridesmaids are not available, make sure to have them give you their height and sleeve measurements
Give the dresses to the bridesmaids as soon as possible, so that you still have time to make minor alterations if needed
How to Alter a Bridesmaid Dress:
There are several reasons why you may need to alter a bridesmaid dress. Perhaps the dress is too long or too short. Often, bridesmaid dresses are purchased well before the date of the wedding. During the time between the purchase and the wedding, the bridesmaid could have either gained or lost weight, meaning that her dress will no longer fit her. Instead of purchasing a new dress, you can simply alter the one you already have
Have the bridesmaid model her dress for you. Use the tape measure to measure how much fabric should be altered, and mark the dress according to the measurements using a fabric marker. Pin up any pieces of fabric to mark alterations as well
Help your bridesmaid to carefully remove her dress so that she is not poked with any pins you used to mark alterations. Lay the dress out on an even surface and use the seam ripper to remove the seams where the alterations are to be made. Seam rippers will allow you to cut the thread of the seams without damaging the fabric of the dress
Use your markings to determine where to re-sew the seam. Begin by ironing the crease of the seam flat
Alter the length of fabric needed for the new seam according to your measurements by pinning the dress where the new seam will be. Use the tape measure to perform any appropriate measurements and to ensure that the pinned seam is straight and even
Sew the new seam using a needle and thread or a sewing machine. Remove the pins and iron the seam when you are finished. Finish the seam by stitching along the length of the seam on the inside of the dress. Trim the edges with pinking sheers, which create a zigzag pattern that reduces fraying and prevents raveling. You may use a serger machine to add a professional finish if you wish
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