I saw this sew·a·long on a blog I was visiting recently, which they are challenging sewers (ones who sew, not where our waste goes) to take some time to make a dress for an organization called Hope 4 Women’s International. They are sponsoring a campaign to provide every girl in the world a dress. Well since I have little opportunities to make things for little girls I was excited to take on this challenge. LBG Studio provided a downloadable pdf pattern that I promptly printed out and prepped while putting together Thomas puzzles.
I began looking around at the fabric I had at home, since this was during nap time, and thought I had a problem. You see, when a majority of your projects are for boys, you have a lot of blue and greens.
A guest blogger on LBG Studios, helped me solve my problem. Her flower-shaped tutorial, added the girly touch to my some-what boy colored dress!
My models were less than cooperative when trying to do a photoshoot. I finally bribed the older one, (turns out that it fit him better anyways) and promised him I would not show his face and humiliate him publicly!
Want to make one too? Click on the picture on the top of the page to find out all the details.