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Saturday Afternoon Tea Party Dress

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(9) Name: 'Sewing : Saturday Afternoon Tea Party Dress
Saturday Afternoon Tea Party Dress

Pattern Description:

My daughter Emily loves dresses and this dress was inspired by her and her love for tea parties and dolls. I wanted to create a simple little dress that could be embellished as much or as little as possible that was easy to put on required no zippers or buttons.

It's the perfect little dress for any all occassions. Just choose your 2 coordinating fabrics and a few notions and you are ready to sew.

Embellish this dress as little or as much as you would like. If you like monograms and machine applique, add those to your dress before assembling. The more the merrier ! This dress can be worn any time of the year. Wear it as a cute summer and spring jumper dress, or add a cute tee or long sleeve shirt underneath for cooler months. The skie's the limit.

This dress, including the cutting of your fabrics and measuring of your little sweetie , will take less than 3 hours to create, from start to finish.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Available in Sizes 6 months to a size 8.

Materials:

  • Scissors, Sewing Machine. 1-2 Safety Pins, Coordinating Thread, Pins for Pinning your fabric into place, Iron and Ironing board, 2 coordinating Fabrics (Fabric yardages are approximate depnding on the size top/dress you will becreating), Fabric #1- 1/3 yd -3/4yd Cotton Fabric for your Straps and Sash, Fabric #2- 3/4 yd-1 1/4 yd Cotton Fabric for Main Dress, Cutting Mat (optional, if using rotary cutting tool), Rotary Cutting tool (optional), Turning tool ( i like to use a chop stick), 1" wide elastic (see sizingchart), 2 Large buttons (optional embellishment)


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SouthernBabies was named after my 2 girls, Emily and Ella. I wanted to name the shop after my two girls but could not decide on a name that when combining their names (even middle names) gave me ...

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