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I hand dyed the fabric, which gave it a stained feel to the appearance. I used colours from the colour palette than came from the scarves Edie used to wear.

I hand dyed the fabric, which gave it a stained feel to the appearance. I used colours from the colour palette than came from the scarves Edie used to wear.

I then adapted my toile to relate more to my research and the design aspects that are apparent in my sketchbook. This toile had layered pieces on top of each other to create the skirt of the dress, this links with the research of Edie Beale and how she liked to layer up garments, therefore I tried to recreate this in the toile.

I then adapted my toile to relate more to my research and the design aspects that are apparent in my sketchbook. This toile had layered pieces on top of each other to create the skirt of the dress, this links with the research of Edie Beale and how she liked to layer up garments, therefore I tried to recreate this in the toile.

I have tried to recreate this on the stand by leaving sections draped and then bringing in sections with the pins, to try and create something similar to how I did on the stand with the chiffon and braces. However this didn't work as well as I intended it to. I think I need to go back to my research for this project and look back for the design clues relating to my Edie Beale research.

I have tried to recreate this on the stand by leaving sections draped and then bringing in sections with the pins, to try and create something similar to how I did on the stand with the chiffon and braces. However this didn't work as well as I intended it to. I think I need to go back to my research for this project and look back for the design clues relating to my Edie Beale research.

Edie Beale liked to layer up garments so in the toileing process I experimented with adapting a bodice block and cropping it, inserting a collar and fastening for this to go underneath the dress.

Edie Beale liked to layer up garments so in the toileing process I experimented with adapting a bodice block and cropping it, inserting a collar and fastening for this to go underneath the dress.

Looking back at my Edie Beale research I have tried to approach my toile differently than I did with the previous toile. In my research I looked at how Edie uses garments a different way to create a new look/ new garment. Suchas wearing  towel and manipulating it in such a way that it creates a headpiece and fastens with a brooch. I thenn tries to manipulate the fabric for my toile in such a way that it reflects/ feeds back to my research.

Looking back at my Edie Beale research I have tried to approach my toile differently than I did with the previous toile. In my research I looked at how Edie uses garments a different way to create a new look/ new garment. Suchas wearing towel and manipulating it in such a way that it creates a headpiece and fastens with a brooch. I thenn tries to manipulate the fabric for my toile in such a way that it reflects/ feeds back to my research.

We continued to add more shirts into the mix to see what else we could create just with the use of shirts. The more we used the more varied interesting shapes we could create. I like the idea of layering on the stand like we did here. I liked to assemble fabrics, garments on the  stand and layer them myself to create interesting shapes as a way of designing from my research so I found this task very exciting!

We continued to add more shirts into the mix to see what else we could create just with the use of shirts. The more we used the more varied interesting shapes we could create. I like the idea of layering on the stand like we did here. I liked to assemble fabrics, garments on the stand and layer them myself to create interesting shapes as a way of designing from my research so I found this task very exciting!

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