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I'm a mom and a seamstress (in my spare time)
I love to sew and share on my lovely blog @ SergerPepper.com
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... just another LOVE-ly Sundress!

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(9) Name: 'Sewing : ... just another LOVE-ly Sundress!
... just another LOVE-ly Sundress! sweet white shirt dress
... just another LOVE-ly Sundress! heart - love detail
... just another LOVE-ly Sundress! LOVE-ly Sundress
... just another LOVE-ly Sundress! paint and brushes
... just another LOVE-ly Sundress! back of the sundress

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • basic sewing skills

Pattern Description:

With this pattern and tutorial, you'll be able to morph a boring white t-shirt in a LOVE-ly Sundress!

Two crafty techniques are involved: stencil painting with freezer paper and a fun way of decorating with fabric...

The pattern includes the top part of the dress and the shapes you need to cut for the back decoration (I went free-hand for the little hearts in the skirt part of the dress...)

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Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 5 years old girl (110 cm height, 59 cm chest)


  • 1 XXL white t-shirt
  • fabric paint
  • brush
  • freezer paper or butcher's paper (for european readers!)
  • jersey's scraps in shade with fabric paint
  • flat elastic (long as chest girth - 60 cm for me)
  • scissors, sewing machine, iron... your usual sewing stuff!

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