18 September, 2016

Another Simplicity 1475 dress

Well, where have I been? Mother had to have a lot of reno work done on the house, so we have been living in a construction zone, lol. The living room ceiling had to be replaced, as well as the old kitchen floor. But I am back now, and have really missed you all. Gotta love Simplicity 1475, and pictured above is another dress from that darling pattern. Of course it went to my adorable granddaughter. The fabric is a white with chocolate damask print, and the bow is deep red cotton. I love brown and red together, do you? This pattern has shoulder straps, an elastic back, no fasteners, and a lined bodice. The bow slips through a single button hole hidden under the front pleat. Pretty nifty, huh? As before, this pattern gets a difficulty rating of:

~celebrating National Sewing Month~

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