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Bento Tee Dress Alterations

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    I extended the length of the bento tee to make a dress. I also narrowed the sleeves at the side seams.

    1)Is there a better way to narrow the sleeves?

    2)Is it possible to do something about these drag lines and maintain the boxy look or am I asking too much?

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    Try again!

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    Looks like you did it perfectly! A boxy dress with dropped shoulder is going to have a boxy fit. Thus the lines. It’s normal for this style. The dress looks great on you!

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    Profile photo of mcholley1mcholley1 @mcholley1

    Thanks for the reassurance. I can’t wait to cut a few more. I felt like I was secretly at work in my pajamas all day. I think I’ve found my winter uniform!

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    Profile photo of LisaLisa @ldk237

    Thanks for the idea, I think I will try this with the Lunch Box to make a dress for my daughter! I bet it will be very cute!

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