Added Oct 18, 2010
by BeYou TiFul
It’s a very easy pattern to work with. If I would make it again I would try to make the bottom part a bit wider, that would give it a more kind of vintage look. My first intention was to make this dress in one color, preferably a bright one, but I was walking one day in the IKEA store and saw this beautiful flower fabric, so I decided to try it out. I am so happy with the result!
Pattern used: Burda June 2009, no. 107
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