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Azalea purple tube dress

Added Jun 13, 2008

by andelyne

San Diego, Calif...




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I had leftover fabric from making my first Azalea dress, so I tried a tube-dress version. Everything else is the same, but instead of attaching the top part, I made a white band and sewed it onto the gathered top of the dress. Again, no zipper needed.

Material Notes

white stretch knit and purple sheer fabric.




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    Jul 24, 2008, 03.30 AMby mallenna

    I must admit I like your version better than the original pattern, Azalea was never really one of my favourites. It’s a small alteration, but it makes such a huge difference to me. Might copy you one day :)

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    Jun 15, 2008, 11.58 PMby toupinette

    good variation! so cute!

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    Jun 14, 2008, 09.46 AMby spiderlily

    It’s adorable! I see your machine is on the floor. I had to sew and pattern make on the floor for a few years. That’s dedication!

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    Jun 14, 2008, 06.15 AMby mandypandy

    Great idea on the variation. Good job (again)!

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    Jun 13, 2008, 10.59 PMby escorpio

    This looks great! I wouldn’t have believed it was the Azalea if you hadn’t told me

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