Added Sep 7, 2009
Some time ago I’ve got some nice cotton composite-fabric for patchwork, but I thought it’s too nice for cutting into pieces, so I made a dress and panties for my little granddaughter Dora.
I used a simple pattern from Ottobre-Kids 2/2004 pattern No. 9 and transformed it into kimono-style.
You can also use Burda style patterns “Sophia #BS-005” for bigger girls or “RetroRedoDress” by korpfan (without sleeves and panties).
Cotton compositive fabrics, each about 50 cm x 90 cm
soft wide elastic, press- buttons (“jersey” by Prym, 12 mm, white top)
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