Tuesday, March 06, 2012

A Sundress for Daisy: Vintage Simplicity 1291


We are loving this pattern this spring--it has wonderful shaping through the bodice, easy to construct and very effective. Also, I'm able to leave the zipper off and so it sews up fast.


Daisy's wearing it in a peachy quilting cotton trimmed with turquoise velvet.


Tuxedo bow, always a yes.

9 comments:

Kimmie said...

she is so excited ...and too cute!

Anonymous said...

1. Beautiful young lady in a lovely dress!

2. My copy of Tartine Bread arrived today. Thank you for writing about it! Oo la la, it's going to be fun. Have you seen this video of a Chad Robertson masterclass?
http://www.thefreshloaf.com/node/27143/chad-robertson-masterclass-video
Thanks again, Anna
Buttercup of the north

Heritage of Grace said...

how cute! My mom just made some dresses for my sisters out of t-shirts and some material from Jo Ann's! It's so satisfying to make your own dresses.

Hana - Marmota said...

Trimed with turquoise velvet: perfection!

BerryMorins Bits & Tips said...

What a gorgeous dress.

Rachel Proffitt said...

Don't you just love vintage patterns?
I think it came out really well :) You'll have to make a petticoat to go with it too!

fGs said...

I love the fabric and her jacket (or is that a cape?). Anyway, thankfully you have daughters that allow you to sew for them! :)

Sew Blessed Maw said...

So pretty.. I love that pattern..Just perfect for a pretty little girl.
I love the velvet trin.. excellent idea.Happy sewing.

Polly said...

The dress is so sweet! But really--I love her bare feet, her glasses, her long flowy hair. How in the world do you stand it? She's so dear.

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