Added Jul 8, 2009
This is my interpretation of the Azalea dress. I have to admit I was too cheap and lazy to download the actual pattern so I just used the pictures to make my own version of it. I think it looks pretty much the same but I’m sure there are some minor differences.
Thicker cotton/polyester stretch on the turquoise parts, light cotton on the flowered part.
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