Added Apr 19, 2013
by Angie H
Stone Mountain, ...
Bought this pattern for myself at first and decided that it was probably a little to girly for me ….. so I decided to make it for my daughter instead. I used a cotton striped seersucker for the dress and the reverse side of a watermelon colored satin to make the sash.I ended up removing about 4 inches from the bodice and losing the front and back darts to get a better fit for my daughter. When I first showed her the pattern….I don’t think that she liked it, but once it was finished and she saw the fun colors and sash she changed her mind.
Dress – 100% cotton seersucker;
30 select jacket and coat patterns are now marked down to $3.99.
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