Thank you. I pretty much made 2 dresses and then sewed them right sides together at the armholes …
Thanks – that’s such a good tag line!
Thanks! Yes that’s true, I might start making everything reversible!
Thanks, I just couldn’t choose between them so made a version in both!
Thank you, you should definitely give it another go – it’s my new favourite pattern
Thanks – Cardiff is getting some good vintage shops actually now
Thank you! I wish I’d bought more of it!
I love this pattern – so I made a reversible version to have 2 dresses in 1! You can see lots more photos and read the whole story on my blog…
Thanks – and thanks for letting me know. I wouldn’t have noticed otherwise :-)
Thanks – it’s Sewaholic’s Cambie dress
Thank you. In all honesty, it was one of the only zips I had in my stash. You should make one too…
Thanks – I think that was an accident lol. Maybe I should pretend it wasn’t!
Thank you – luckily it goes with everything!
Thank you, I find that the gold / mustardy colour is too much for my skin tone on its own, but pa…
There is a very detailed post of this dress on my blog if you’d like to read all …
Does what it says on the title.
Such a simple, but easily dressed up dress. 2 layers of silky fabric, one mustard, one navy swallow print. I love this dress. You can see more pictures and read more about it on my blog…
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