This is my newest DIY and looking at these pictures there are a couple of things that are screaming out and saying please fix me!! I'm pretty good at picking out flaws on clothing sold at retailers and I'm the same way (or maybe even worse) when it comes to stuff I make. If you look at the hemline, it looks a bit uneven and I feel like the invisible hem isn't quite "invisible". The fabric was pretty hard to work with as it was very fluid & pliable (not sure if those are the right words to describe fabric) and moved around a lot. When doing the invisible hem, I should done a basting stitch before hand. I haven't quite mastered the invisible hem foot and have played with different settings. I feel like it's not completely invisible (see last 2 pic below and bottom right corner) and could see little dimples in the fabric where the thread catches the fabric. If anyone has advice on how to fix it, I'd love to hear it! Or am I expecting too much from my little starter sewing machine?
What I do love is that the dress is fully lined! It hides all the ugliness and makes the dress very comfortable to wear. It is very time consuming because you are essentially making another of the same dress, but I think it's really worth the extra effort especially when the fabric is see through (like it was in this case)! If you are interested in lining your own garment, please check out SPG's tutorial!