If you don't mind me asking, how did you make Daenerys' season 3 dress?
So I started out by finding a fabric that was a good match for the version of the version of the dress I wanted (there’s two: a simple linen dress, and a more complicated embroidered silk dress) The fabric I found was a remnant under a huge pile of fabric, and I was lucky to have enough fabric (you probably need 2-2.5 yards). I also ended up lining mine so if you want to do that, then you need lining too.
As for the pattern, I stumbled along this great tutorial ( http://jfsoup.blogspot.com/2013/07/daenerys-cosplay-pattern-and-makeup.html ) , so that’s what I used. However I found out about this pattern after I was mostly done which you’d need to modify slightly, but it’s doable ( http://mccallpattern.mccall.com/m6941-products-48287.php?page_id=494 ). I wish I had seen it earlier, ah well.
I had a bunch of help from my mom with figuring out the pattern/how to sew things together as sewing isn’t my strong suit. And let me tell you, having a lining did not help this crazy dress get any less crazy.
Anyways, I hope that helps.
I know this is a pretty out there request, but for any of my Seattle area followers, does anyone have an extra Saturday Emerald City Comiccon pass to sell (or let me borrow for part of the day)? I got accepted into the costume contest on Saturday, but don’t have a ticket that I would need in order to get in for judging (12:30- 2ish) or for the actual event (7-10ish). And I need to tell ECCC if I can participate or not (and I really want to, it would be my first judged cosplay event).
If anyone could help with that, that would be amazing and you’d have my eternal love.