Added Jun 30, 2013
This is a lovely frock I whipped up from an original Butterick design from the 1950s. It features a Peter Pan collar, side zip closure, curved Empire waist seam, and circular skirt. There are eight tucks down the upper bodice, and the dress looks perfect worn alone or with a sash or belt. To see many more pictures and the original pattern I used, hop on over to my blog!
Made from a cream colored eyelet material and trimmed with gold buttons.
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