If you visited here before, you know I can be a pretty selfish seamstress. I have, in the past, the very distant past, made clothes for my girls, but their level of enthusiasm didn't match my degree of effort, so I searched for a more appreciative clientele. And, where did I find said clientele. Well, she stared back at me every morning when I brushed my teeth.
I am always happy to receive the fruits of my stitching labors and today's featured creation is no exception.
Anyway, I think I originally bought the pattern for my eldest when she was 12 or 13. That would be about 8 years ago, so you can't find it at Joann's. I'm sorry.
You can however find the fabric I made it in. Yep. That's the reissue of Flea Market Fancy by Denyse Schmidt and I picked up my yardage at my local Stitch Lab. They have more, people.
This dress was oh so easy to make and the fit is fabulous. So fabulous that version number 2 is already in the works, this time from some summery blue linen.