Added Jan 31, 2012
I chose to make the Slip-On Jumper Dress offered by Indygo Junction for free in this design challenge. I love vintage dresses.
The pattern is very basic giving lots of room for changes to make it your own. I chose to add black satin at the neckline and hemline to add to my dress. I used the belt of the Burdastyle Heidi dress rather than the simple tie belt of the pattern. Buttons were added to make the sleeves more fitted and to add detail at the neckline.
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