This is another dress based on the peasant top/dress pattern I've been developing (first posted here) but this time with a few simple rows of shirring elastic around the middle.
The fabric (this is totally off the top of my head and without reference to the selvedge) is, I think, by MoMo for Moda from the "Wonderland" range. It's totally up the alley of one little girl who is very much into butterflies, fairies, tea parties and all things of that ilk at the moment....
I started my InDesign/Illustrator course this week and so am hopefully on the way to getting this and other patterns published using my own trusty Mac (wish me luck).
Back to school today = back to blogging. Can you relate? I've never been very good at combining school hols with posting but salute those who manage to stay online....
Anyway, it's been a while since I've shared customer projects and photos. Here is a gorgeous dress made from the Criss-Cross Dress pattern by Corey whose colourful and inspiring projects and photos you can check out on her blog Counterpane:
I've been loving the trend for chevron prints and patterns around the blogs and on etsy and think that the way Corey finished the neckline on the dress is fabulous.
(Love those roses!) Corey also has a shop on etsy called crybabyquilts where she makes sweet bibs, blankets and quilts.