Added Aug 7, 2009
Anyone’s who’s seen my Anda dress may have guessed that I’m a fan of red, white, and blue as a color combination. So here I present to you my entry in the Singer Swimsuit Cover-up contest. It’s a terry-cloth shirt dress with military-style applique accents on the front and back. There are also in-seam pockets, which I can’t get enough of (thanks once again for the tutorial BurdaStyle, it changed my life!) Sadly I didn’t get any sort of mention in the contest, but I’m still pretty pleased with the result. :)
Terry cloth, polyester (for appliques), white color snaps on the ends of each of the front appliques
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