A customer asked me to make a bridal dress for her dog, who she is calling her Flower Dog.
She gave me a description of her own wedding dress, which included:
White lace, western style, rustic, layers of ruffles and lace, and some bling.
Her bridal colors are turquoise and brown, with a touch of yellow and white.
Her malti-poo is white, and she wants color and some lace.
I drew a few sketches and the decision was a turquoise satin skirt, with some white overlay. She did not want a train, but she liked my idea of the lace cascading down the back
The cutting and stitching begins:
Now to figure out how to get the lace to casade and still keep the pretty finished edge. I decided to piece it in levels: