Added May 22, 2010
Sf Bay Area, Cal...
This was really simple to make! I used a basic ribbed tank top for the top portion of the dress, and then I sewed a purple skirt with a wide elastic band across the top. Then I attached both parts together and there you have it! It’s really nice to just throw on when you want to be cute and comfortable. The next one I make is going to be done with a fitted light gray t-shirt and a light pink skirt. Perhaps I will use a sash instead of the elastic band so I can just tie it in the back instead.
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