Added Jul 1, 2012
Bury St. Edmunds...
Exactly as the title says. Daughter needed a dress which would cover her all over and keep her cool. Drawing inspiration from the kaftan I bought in Marrakech, I used a little square of strawberry fabric and some ribbon which came off a flower bouquet to make this little frock.
All you do is fold the fabric in half, cut a neck hole in (I added elastic to make sure Daughter’s shoulders didn’t burn), attach the ribbon to the waist on the inside, then cut two holes for it in the back… done!
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