Added Jan 25, 2009
This is a super simple dress I designed and drafted this weekend. It will be nice for work or a casual coffee date once the weather warms up a bit; until then it’s staying under the long cardigan. I’ve uploaded the (pretty easy!) pattern so you make your own. Right now it’s just in my measurements (size 32 petite) but I plan to make a standard multi-sized version soon. UPDATE: The multisize pattern is now posted and available for download!
I found the crisp beige poplin fabric on clearance for $1.00 a yard. Adding in an 88 cent zipper, the total cost for the materials for this garment ended up being about $2.50 :) Recession fashion at its best!
Light beige stretch poplin (probably mostly polyester with some lycra)
Dan for photos, my BurdaStyle hero jj for inspiring me to learn to draft patterns, and the fantastic Tchad for teaching me to draft!
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