I am loving this maxi dress print! This was a simply dress to make. A total of 3 pieces: front, back and ruffle. The bottom of the dress as 2 slits one on each side that goes up to the knee. The day after I finished this and wore it out for some errands I got compliments on it.
How to get the dress? I just used a long flowing dress I already had for the pattern bottom part and figured out where I wanted the top for finish at. I cut 2 pieces (a front and a back piece).
I decided I wanted to add a ruffle. To get the measurement, I measured my bust X ½ because I just wanted a little ruffle not a lot more. The length was 5″. I put elastic at the waist and the top of the dress.
It was fairly easy to make. I think the longest part was taping the paper together for the pattern and I also got my hem stuck in the sewing machine and had a hard time getting it out. Luckily nothing got ruined.
My daughter designed this and asked me to make it for her. Since the making of this shirt she has made a matching skirt. This was fairly easy to make. Ironing is the key for the edging. What is needed: fabric … Continue reading →
This is a Stamp Jean Skirt made from leftover jean pant legs. Little story about why this came along. My daughter wanted frayed jean shorts. She had stained these one pair with red paint during school (we all have had … Continue reading →
It’s is the last day of the kids clothes week challenge until next season. So this last one is a Dinosaur tank top with a twisted back. Just in time too, the temperature hit 90° and climbing to 100° within the week. The shorts are the first pair of short my younger daughter made all by herself yesterday and today. So proud of her. She’s a sewing machine right now. Tutorial will come later.
My daughter designed this lace up tank top and picked out the fabric. I merely made the pattern and sewed it for her. The lacing opinions can be ribbon, leather, suede, or the fabric material. The shorts I didn’t make, just happen to match. Tutorial will be coming soon. Yay Day 5 complete!