Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Seashore Sailor Dress

L.O.V.E this dress!! 

Seriously one of my favorite dresses I have made for LA and so incredibly easy!

Oh, the details?!  Of course!  It is the Seashore Sailor Dress by Tie Dye Diva and I was fortunate enough to be one of the chosen few to test this pattern out. 

This dress sews up so easily and quickly, yet looks much more complicated than it really is!
My favorite detail is the necktie.  See, it really doesn't tie at all so no safety concerns nor worries about getting the knot to look right on a wiggly child (not that mine is or anything). 
(Notice how she is NOT looking at me in any picture?!  She was a bit of a diva that day...fun times).
The gray fabric has the cutest little girly pirates on it (with their names:  Ella, Pepper, Ann, Amelia, Addie and Jane).  It is from the Out to Sea line by Michael Miller.  The pink was just some fabric I happened to have in my stash that matched perfectly! 

I highly recommend this pattern and it is available now over at Tie Dye Diva.  Thanks Jen for letting me test this adorable pattern!

1 comment:

sisforsewing said...

I really don't know, how you manage to sew so many gorgeous dresses - I love this version!
Looks so cute on LA! (I'm saving my Out of Sea fabrics for a quilt, but with this sort of inspiration it may be difficult to resist)

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