Added Aug 24, 2011
I actually made this about a year ago and am still not really in love with it. It was one of the first two dresses I’d ever made (which you can probably tell!) but I think there is just way too much volume from gathering the specified amount of fabric for the Azalea pattern. I ended up quickly pulling in some of the fabric along the side seams which is why the shape is a little strange.
Sparkle in pretty tanks, easy dresses, and a romper with splashes of sequins.
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