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As seen in the 2014 edition of Seacoast Weddings! Photo's via Geneve Hoffman photography.
You will get printable directions in English on how to make this beautiful wedding dress yourself. The directions include how to adjust this dress to your own custom tastes (short sleeve, long sleeve, length, train or no train) you also get as much help from me as you need if you have extra questions or need help finishing it.
This dress was pretty easy for me to make but I am very experienced in crochet, if your a beginner you will probably get frustrated with this pattern, however I will help you as much as humanly possible on the internet. If your familiar with pineapples this would be a piece of cake. It would probably take a month and a half or longer to make so please allow yourself enough time to finish it.
No returns on patterns. This pattern is my intellectual property, do not republish or re-sell it. You can of course sell any dress(s) that you make with this pattern however.
I have now included a few close up photo's that may help you get started, as some are more inclined to use charts instead of written patterns.
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Payment in full is needed before custom orders can be started on. Custom orders will be done in the order they are received. All my made to order items have a wait time on them that is accurate.
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Bottom line, I want you to be happy with your products or pattern(s) If for any reason you are not please let me know within 5 working days so we can come up with a solution. If you just want to return the item(s) once they are received I will refund your purchase price minus what it cost me to ship the package and Etsy fee's. Package must be shipped within 5 business days and I must have it in my hands in order to issue a refund.
If you live in an area where it is very warm, please be advised I can not be held responsible if your candle melts in the mail. No matter what packing supplies I have I have no control over the people handling the packages and packing them in dry ice is not cost efficient thank you for understanding. I haven't had any problems with candles melting when the outside temperature is 70 or below.