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Malibu Sleeper Dress

Added Jan 22, 2008

by shannymc

Naples, Florida,...

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Description

I had a Charlotte Rouse and a Gap shirt that no longer fit my ever expanding waist, so I decided to make my daughter a dress. I had no pattern, it was pretty easy. I’m not happy with how it turned out, but since it is the first garment I have sewn….I’m cutting myself a break.

Material Notes

Charlotte Rousse cotton T-Shirt
Gap silk tank top

Difficulty

Novice

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    Apr 1, 2008, 06.27 PMby akoko

    how cuuuute!!!! please teach me how you did it, i’ve never sewn in my life and i am very much scared, i don’t know where to begin. i look at my sewing machine and i run…….literally. i’m the biggest chicken you can find.

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    Jan 23, 2008, 01.30 PMby cornsey

    Cut yourself that break, definitely. It’s really cute and I can see how much your daughter loves it. Great to let the garments live again in another form. What a start!

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