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09/02/2011

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SO CUTE! Now all I need is a little cutie to sew for....

Lyssa, this is so adorable! I am going to have my mom try to make my four-year-old something similar (because I don't sew AT ALL)! One question- does the completed dress twirl? This is a very important feature to my girlie girl. :-)

Lyssa, what a cute dress and so easy. I love this too because if your girl is a bit older and taller you could always just pair with some leggings for a very fun tunic type top. If you are even a small adult you could do this for a top.

thanks for sharing.

Very nice, Lyssa! I love making dresses and skirts like this. It eliminates all the annoying time spent on cutting out patterns.:-)

I love this dress! To bad all the little ones in my life are grandsons!

I really enjoy looking at your blog every day. I always find something to take from you, whether it be a tip, trick or some of "Lyssa's Thoughts!"

Marla, it twirls like a "cupcake," not a "pancake"--does that make sense? That took me right back to grade school : )
If you really want it to twirl, I would get two packages of the fabric and at one or two of the strips to lengthen the flounces so they are more heavily gathered. And then since you would have extra fabric--better make matching hair clips, a purse and clip on bows for the flip flops : )

That is THE CUTEST DRESS & MODEL I have seen!!!!! Wow, if only I could sew, you might have just sold me on these fabrics! :)

For someone with very minimal sewing experience this looks like a "easy" project. Most of all LOVE the cute model! Thanks for sharing!

Wow Lyssa, You are amazing!!! I love it!

This is sew adorable...thanks for posting to the thread on SCS! You model is beautiful and the dress pattern is too cute!

This is fantastic. I love how it turned out, thank you for the step by step.

I concur, Lyssa you are amazing. So wonderful to see Natalie looking simply divine in her new dress.

W.O.W - I have just caught up on reading your blog and love, love, love all your fabric crafting. Fabric is my first love, so I am so happy SU! have it now. This dress and your model are beautiful.

What a beautiful dress! Sewing is something I never got into. I actually still don't want to do it, but I can really appreciate those that are good at it. Great job!

Wow! This is amazing, you are "sew" clever.....lol Love it!

Vicki x

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