I made this reversable dress with a Cinderella Princess print on the opposit side. I found the tutorial and pattern here. It is super simple to make with only about 5 steps after cutting your fabric. I did make a few changes, as usual. The top of mine does not have button holes, the buttons are just sewn on. I figured because it ties in the back this was one step I could easily skip (and therefore I wouldn't have to hunt down my button hole presser foot).
Here is the back. My favorite part is that it's reversable so it's like a two for one deal.
The second dress I made was a pillowcase dress. I'm not all too crazy about it so I'm waiting for Sophie to be at the house tonight to try it on and see if I get any crazier about it. The ones I've seen online are so cute but I think mine looks a little plain. I didn't use a pattern just measurements.
I'm anxious to try it on her and see how it looks.
The skirt I made I somehow measured incorrectly and instead of a 12-18mo skirt I ended up with more like a 6mo size. Needless to say I had to do alot of seem ripping and am in the process of fixing it. The shorts are finished but are currently MIA. How does that even happen? My one guess is my little one Grant probably decided to play hide and seek with it.
It felt so good to start sewing again that I can't stop now. Mother's Day is coming up and my mom has requested I make her a case for her new Kindle. I'm so excited to go look for fabric, so stay tuned!