Added Apr 11, 2012
Rochester, New Y...
I made the Megan Nielsen Darling Ranges Dress in a size S. I shortened the skirt and sleeves, replaced the elastic gathered sleeves with narrow sleeve cuffs, and added interfacing to the buttonbands.
i really like how the neckline is finished with bias tape. i would definitely make this dress again, omitting the ties and possibly the pockets. more info is on the blog
cotton chambray from hancock fabrics
11 5/8" metal buttons from fabric.com
narrow strips of fusible lightweight woven interfacing
navy gutermann polyester thread
navy single fold bias tape
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