Added Feb 15, 2013
This outfit was based on the Jamie Shift Dress and Stirrup Jean patterns. I really enjoyed creating this little number and i had so much fun asking my big sister to create the hairstyle and my niece to model and pose in it. I used corduroy(pink), knit(tan) and cotton(green) to bring this art work to life. I love the woven piece that brought a new school feel as well as having the vintage look. I also made the leggings knee length, with the bandage style, zig-zag, criss-cross strips. I lastly modefide the shape to a closer fit towards her shape with adding the head bands around her head and some jewelry.
pink fabric came from a walmart that my husband surprised me with
tan fabric came from there as well
green fabric came from my friend
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