Funny story here: Now that I have made a few dresses in honored to my relatives, they are start asking about dresses on their names, and the sample piece! LOL.
I have been obsessed about making a one shoulder dress and how it will come to life.I am very pleased with the result of the on shoulder and the optional elastic strap on the side.
I am also happy with the results of the skirt . I have initially planned a circle skirt, but let’s be honest, you’ll start thinking that’s my only trick, right? 😉So, I went for the gathered skirt, a little longer than a knee length.
The result: the cutest of the cutest on little girl’s dresses. I still giggle and hug it tight (Ok, NOW you really think that there’s something wrong with me, hahaha.
When I got the fabric early this week I was so excited that I couldn’t stop myself from posting a little teaser on my facebook page. The fabrics were so darn cute! I love how the sweet owlies fabric, from Michael Miller collection in the bodice went so well with the Macaw color from the designer essential collection for the skirt.
And to add some contrasting colors? The yellow bias tape and shoulder button have given the final touch to it.
For more details about the fabric visit Double Decker Fabric Website
2 years: red
3 years: green
4 years: blue
5 years: orange
6 years: purple
7 years: yellow
8 years: pinkThis pattern comes with a 5/8 inch seam allowance, unless indicated otherwise.Materials:
1. Printed pattern
5. 1 small size button
6. ¼ yard of 1 inch elastic
7. Measuring tape or ruler
8. safety pin
9. Contrasting bias tape
I would recommend using your patterns in order to calculate the amount of fabric you will need. I used 1/2 yard for the bodice and facing (size 1), then ½ yard for the skirt and strap.