Where the couture begins…

When I order a pattern usually it is taking about 2 weeks before I receive it. So ordering the Marfy pattern on Monday I was expecting it somewhere next week. And guess what? It has already arrived – so fast – wonderful!

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How I was surprised when I opened the envelope and I took out this small package … pattern wrapped in a sheet of pater with a sticker.

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After I wrapped it off the pattern pieces appeared – and that’s it.
Each piece is cut off (I don’t have to do this – yes!), each piece has a stamp with the name of the piece, all notches have stamp with a letter. Each piece has a grain line marked with a pencil – can you imagine! I love it!

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On the Marfy website there is PDF file with a suggestions how to make it. According to this file making of this dress should take – 40 minutes to cut out the fabric and 3 ½ hours to sew together.

The dress is not so complicated …. let’s look for the suitable fabric in my stash Glimlach
I need a break from my trousers soap.

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It will be a great challenge!

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My name is Beata - I am manager, mentor, coach, personal stylist, couturier and jewelry designer. I founded Red Point Tailor with the vision to use my creative abilities, experience and knowledge to inspire, motivate, educate and empower you in finding your own sense of freedom and a fulfilled life. Under the label Red Point Tailor I design and create unique and elegant jewellery inspired by the simplicity of the Art Deco period. My goal is to make women feel elegant, smart, feminine… and utterly fabulous! Haute Couture is my passion. In my free time I read books, make own garments or sail together with my husband.
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10 Responses to Where the couture begins…

  1. Olivia Torma says:

    That’s a nice dress Beata. Can’t wait to see it when finished.

  2. becki says:

    Welcome to the Marfy fan club. I sew mostly Marfy’s so opening a Big 4 or a New Look (esp. New Look) that has 4 garments and 12 sizes is rather annoying to me. I like the conciseness, and I find the markings enough to keep me going and get the garment made. I can’t wait to see how you progress.
    Pbbbft, piece of cake, you work is always impeccable so this should be a pleasant experience.

    • Thank you 🙂 Wonderful! I think I will start to use only Marfy now. I have a lot of patterns (mostly Big 4) and I am trying to buy as less as possible.
      When I look at Marfy patterns – they do not have a lot of pieces to be lost. I love the their style and the couture feeling… I am a bog faun of Marfy.
      Thanks for your compliment! 🙂

  3. Mary says:

    It is a lovely design and I’m anticipating a beautiful dress showing up on our group blog. What fabrics do you think are appropriate for this? What do you already have?

    After sewing seriously since 2008, I think I could tackle a simple Marfy now. 🙂

    • I have some ideas about the fabric – I have to dig deepper in my drawers for it. Probably I will make everything in one colour. Hmmm… It just crossed my mind about 2 fabrics I could use… dark red and one with orange/red pattern… next post 🙂
      I am more then sure that you will manage the Marfy pattern! It could be a good challenge – almost exam 🙂

  4. Shannon says:

    This pattern is gorgeous. I can’t wait to see how it turns out.

  5. sarah liz says:

    I’m really interested in how this works Beata – do the pattern pieces have seam allowances included?

    • The only what you receive are the cut out pattern pieces with notches and marking without seam allowances. From one site it is better when you work with muslin. This dress pattern is straight forward with not so many pieces – it should be ok.
      I am not so sure should I make muslin first or not? I wil probably as well make the skirt (lower part) straight. I haev to think about it.
      Generally I like the idea of this patterns.

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