Hi yall. I purchased a new pair of cork wedges from DSW last month and was inspired to do a DIY accessory. I made this foldover clutch with pineapple print
So here the third reversible garment that O made for my trip in April. I have so much to say about it, but I will give you the basic information first. I bought the fabric for both sides from Hobby Lobby, they are Jersey knits that I grabbed from the seasonal fabric section.
This dress, this dress, this dress. Let me say this project was definitely not a two-day project. That’s why this blog post will be sweet and brief. If you do Simplicity 8304 with no modifications it could be. I made this dress as a part of the Modern Quilt Guild 2019 Riley Blake Fabric Challenge, which you can read more about here.
I spent several days working on the quilt design and practiced with a lot of scraps before I settled on this one, an improv quilted dress. Joining my pieces together took the longest. The dress consists of six pieces: the front bodice piece, two back bodice pieces, and two skirt panels. I quilted six individual pieces that were large enough for each pattern piece to fit on. The entire dress is interfaced with pellon light-weight sew-in interfacing to make sure the fabric was stable during the quilting process. My niece is three, but she still wears a 2T in dresses and tops, so I knew the large would fit her perfectly. All in all, this was an enjoyable make, nothing beats creating your design, and she loved it as always, which is what matters.
Hi there! Somehow I was convinced yet again to make my niece Easter dress this year, and yet again it had to be done at the last minute.