This is my own pattern that took 2 1/2 yards of fabric.
So much fabric for such a little body!
I got it at the dollar/yard table (the fabric, not the little body).
The trim I got off ebay almost 10 years ago,
the buttons from my button stash that I just organized by color (yeah!)
This is Clover kissing the flower "like a Prince" according to Pearl.
She put up a fight as I tried to take her dress off for bedtime.
So cute! I love the shades of yellow and purple that you chose--they go perfectly together!ReplyDelete
Oh So Cute!ReplyDelete
That is so beautiful. I can't wait to see the rest.ReplyDelete
In LOVE with that dress. Gorgeous.ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness, gorgeous! The little body and the amazing dress. Can I hire you as my personal seamstress??ReplyDelete
Gorgeous! I love the colors!ReplyDelete
I love finding the perfect project to use pieces of trim or fabric that I bought ages ago. It can be so satisfying.ReplyDelete
Clover looks like a queen. beautiful, beautiful dress!ReplyDelete
This is the most beautiful dress in the wide world! Quite the model I might add.ReplyDelete
what a great dress to go along with a great high wasted skirt!!! you are SOOOO talented!!!!ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness, that is so darling!ReplyDelete
that is beautiful! i love it! and the dress is great too!ReplyDelete
What lucky girls you have! Excited to see the rest!ReplyDelete
Another beautiful one! I think you'll get them all done :)ReplyDelete
How adorable! Can't wait to see the next 3!ReplyDelete
Oh so wonderful....the model and the dress! A perfectly purple, precious piece.ReplyDelete
I desperately wish I got your hand-me-downs.ReplyDelete
Can I pinch those cheeks, please?ReplyDelete
While the model could be the reason I love this dress...I would LOVE to make it for my youngest girl! (I'm the mom to two of each ;))...are you sharing the pattern? I LOVE IT!!! If you happen to be sharing, could you email me: firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
I'm with Tamara! My sister has a wedding in May and I need to make dresses for my two girls. This would be perfect!!! Please share!! :)))) email@example.comReplyDelete
this is such an adorable dress! congrats on being a runner up at Ruffles and Stuff!!ReplyDelete
I'm with Tamara and Woodruff Fam! I would love a pdf or tutorial! You are so talented...please share :)ReplyDelete
amazing dress! can you tell me how you did it? i would love to make ny baby one...ReplyDelete
I am not going to lie, this dress is AMAZING!! I would love to know how you do it. I am having my first girl and am looking forward to building things. Thanks for the inspiration.ReplyDelete
I just discovered your blog, so many beautiful clothes :) This dress is so beautiful, it´s my favorite, I really really want to sew one for my 1 year old daughter! Did you make a tutorial? If you are sharing my email is: firstname.lastname@example.org.ReplyDelete
All the best
I just came across your blog and I am in love with this dress. I recently bought a dress very similar to this from gap and paid a small fortune. I want to make one for my little princess. If you are sharing I would LOVE to know how. It really is amazing. email@example.com Thanks so muchReplyDelete
Heyhey- I really really really love the pattern- is there any possibility for a mom in germany to get it for our little princess daughter? Would send you pictures as well ( I am a non-workin-fashion-photographer-stay-home-mom (at the moment)) would love to hear from you! nickyta at mymelody.comReplyDelete
I just saw the dress in a picture featured on MADE today. Scrolled through to find it.ReplyDelete
Love it. Love it. Love it. Love it. Love it. Love it. Love it. Love it. Love it. Love it. Love it. Love it. Love it. Love it!!!!
Are you getting tired of people asking you to share the pattern? Hope not, cause I want it too. Hook us up! ;)
Is there any chance you made a pattern for this dress? I am in love with it. Is it for sale?ReplyDelete
i have a huge crush on this dress, it is your sew sew button and i searched through all your archives until I found it. I can sew w/o a pattern, but I'm afraid to try w/o at least seeing it in person. Do you sell this pattern, or do you have a tutorial for something similar? Or any tips on how to recreate it?ReplyDelete