Added May 23, 2012
This dress pattern is from the first issue of Young Image Magazine , pattern Y1111. I really like these patterns (and they’re so easy to trace!) though you do have to be able to go almost without instructions.
It wound up being a little snug on my daughter, but all in all came out really, really cute. I changed it slightly to put the bodice on the bias so I could have chevron stripes.
You can read more about the construction details here
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