Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Sewing: Cocoon Dress in Houndstooth

Ah, Spring! And Spring cleaning. I seem to be busy busy with all sorts of good things, but not so much sewing. I miss it. I'm wondering if I can sew an Easter dress a few weeks after Easter when things slow down?

A few weeks ago I did sew another fabulous Cocoon Dress (pattern by the lovely Groovy Baby and Mama through The Sew What Club). I lengthened the sleeves and left off the shoulder ruffle to suit this girl. It's the perfect in-between-seasons dress in a houndstooth printed knit from Jo-Ann.

I hope you are getting lots done this Spring!


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You are looking awesome with this dress. thanks for sharing your picture.
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Jean C. said...

Your sweet daughter looks like she enjoyed this photo shoot! Lol...
And I sure hope sewing Easter dresses "after" Easter is allowed; cause that's what I'm doing! Life gets that way doesn't it? I'm making a "gramma made dress" for my youngest granddaughter in Oregon. It's a wrap around that I will be putting some extra length on... she loves to have longer dresses that she can twirl in! What's not to love... and if it makes her happy....gramma's happy too! Plus, if I put extra length to it... she can wear it a bit longer.

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