Can I just say...PERFECT TIMING! My daughter will be in a wedding at the end of March and I have been asked to make the dress. I had another pattern selected, but this looks perfect for what I wanted! Thank you!
Just wanted to THANK YOU for all the great tutorials:) I am new to sewing and many times I have one of your videos going while I am attempting a new step. Thank you so much:)
I want to add my thanks for the tutorials. It's so generous of you to share your time and talent. I am excited to have found you here.
You are my new best friend :D. I'm getting my sewing machine in March, and last time i sewed I was in high school (I was 13/15 yrs old), and never touched a machine since. I cant wait to try out a few things, and The videos are so much easier to understand. Thanks so much for sharing :D
I love quick and easy but cute! Thanks for sharing.
Amazing tutorial! You make this look so easy! I'm going to try making this dress this weekend. Thank you so much for sharing. Love all the tips!!
I went right out and bought the M6020 pattern! They were on sell at joanna for $2 immediately after you posted this. So I bought her size and the size up. Perfect timing! Looking forward to giving my little bit a new outfit often this summer! Between this and pillow dresses, she will be set for the hot South Georgia summer. Thank you for the tutorial and the video. I know I will reference the video often!
This is gorgeous!! What did you put under the flower girl dress to make it so puffy? I am hoping to make something similar as DD's easter dress!
It just a crinoline but a tutu would work.
Do you have any suggestions for nixing the zipper while keeping the waist big enough to fit shoulders and arms through? I used your tutorial to make Butterick 4718 in size 3 and it turned out beautifully, dd just had a hard time getting through the waist. I could make it a little larger but I also don't want to ruin the line of the dress. I'm planning on adding a few layers of gathered tulle over the skirt to make it a flower girl dress for my sister's upcoming wedding. Dress will be satin with tulle over the skirt. I just want her to be able to get in and out of it on her own.
Great Tuto discovered just in time, I am sewing a similar dress today and was wondering how to hide the sewing inside... I might do French sewing for the inside of the skirt... Thanks a billion! Sophie
Thanks for sharing this to us!
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