Added Jul 14, 2011
Another A-line tunic dress for our toddler. This one is a khaki stretch twill with a quilting cotton disco-dots patterned heart applique. I used the same quilting cotton to make a contrast binding for the shoulder flaps (hidden snaps at both shoulders) and binding/lining for the hem. I heart this dress!! And again, because of the shape, it still fits as an apron top today, almost two years after I first made it for her. The pictures of her wearing the dress aren’t great but such is life when trying to get a toddler to model things.
stretch twill, quilting cotton
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