Added Mar 29, 2013
Made using Kwik Sew K3559 with a slight modification to add a yoke on the back to match the front. Otherwise the back would have been flat. With my figure I need some volume in the back! Come visit me here to read more!
I’m so happy with this dress I might make 6 more and wear them every day of the week! It’s good for work, evening and weekends.
I don’t have a serger so I had to use the stretch stitch on my regular sewing machine. Good thing this is a ridiculously easy pattern.
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