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Gardening Heidi

Added Mar 15, 2010

by cd909

London, United K...






I made the Heidi dress out of Liberty print cotton poplin, leaving out the belt (I wear it with a wide leather belt instead). Loved this pattern, but I had to make my usual modification to account for my nonexistent hips, and I also shortened the skirt by about 5 inches. I lined it with a brown polycotton and it’s extremely comfortable.

Material Notes

Liberty print cotton poplin – bought cheaply at Fabrics Galore in South London




Garment Type
Casual, Classic, Preppy, Vintage

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    Jun 18, 2010, 03.40 AMby hannnc

    Lovely dress, this one has always been on my ‘to-make’ list. one dayyy… haha. Really cute with the pearls and belt too :)

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    Mar 16, 2010, 05.51 PMby janetheclerk

    i love this print, and the neckline is so flattering – you’ve done it so neatly.

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    Mar 15, 2010, 11.28 PMby wackyblonde

    Question for you, are the bust tucks really that large or did you modify the pattern? The reason I ask is I have just cut out this pattern in my muslin fabric and I don’t want tucks that large. I love your fabric choice, mine is going to be a little dressier.

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      Mar 16, 2010, 10.22 AMby cd909

      hi, yes the bust tucks are quite big, I wasn’t sure about it when I made it up, but I quite like them. for a dressier look you could change them to darts?

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    Mar 15, 2010, 10.46 PMby mixtlii

    That’s very nice, I love the pleats !

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    Mar 15, 2010, 10.38 PMby Natalia *

    Super cute.

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