So it's August. Meaning we only officially have one month left of a summer we haven't really had yet. Not that I am a huge fan of hot weather, but I like us to have at least some, to appreciate the cool, fresh weather of Autumn when it arrives. But anyways, for now at least, we have sunshine! Not overly warm sunshine but it's comfortable. And look.... I can see the sea again from my sewing room window!!
So with Autumn just around the corner, I thought I'd have a stab at one more summer dress, as this will probably be my last summer make for this year.
This is View D
This one is a close up of the button detail and pleat. The daisy buttons are so cute! I found them HERE at Minerva Crafts
I loved the attached bodice facing on the pattern and that the back neck edge was finished with a bias facing (cut in the same fabric). This is by far the best and neatest finish faux wrap bodice method I have done to date and will apply this method for future projects.
I used my walking foot for all of this apart from the side seams where I used the overlocker. That walking foot was a darn good investment!
Absolutely love this little dress. A great make, a great wear, and I can't recommend the pattern enough.
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