What a sweet dress Marsha made for my dress banner. Love the small pink/white checks combined with the window-pane plaid in the apron. I also like that she made the collar from dark pink/light pink argyle. The pearls so fit with this dress. I really like the tiny flower sequins she has scattered across the bottom of the skirt.
Marsha made the back from a blue checked pattern. Thank you Marsha!
This is Jan's version of the pleated dress template I sent. She said it reminded her of one she had made for her granddaughter. I love the collar she made on this one. The tiny yellow "piping" she put around the collar and on the sleeves is so sweet. And I love those teeny tiny buttons. The little duck she bought at the street flea market we attended the last day we were in Paris. I love that!
The back of the dress looks like some of the paper we dyed at her house one day. Love the colors! How very appropriate that the decorative paper has buttons! What a precious dress. Thank you Jan!
The dress Judi made is popping with color! Love the purple and the chartreuse together. Lots of sweet flower with that beautiful turquoise center. ") Love that she put the tiny turquoise bird on the apron tie.
The back is chartreuse with lighter green polka dots. Gorgeous tag trimmed in purple. Thank you Judi!
This is the dress Minori made for my dress banner. It is so sweet! The green lace at the top of the pinafore is one of my very favorite laces! Then she sewed the brown rick-rack onto the waist. She layered lots of flowers on the skirt. She added some tiny little flowers to the blouse and a very sweet collar. Finally she added the delicate white lace to the bottom of the of the skirt.
Love, love, love the polka dots on the back! The skirt if full of very colorful ones and the green with brown dots is very pretty. A great color combo! Thanks Minori!
This is the dress that Sara made for my dress banner. This must be paper that Sara has made. This is the "sailor dress" pattern that I included with my templates. I love the ric-rac for the pleats down the front. Also the "kindred spirits" she put on the tag. The Japanese postage stamp on the dress has a similar color pattern. I think she must have embossed the trim on the collar and the sleeves, too. Love the colors!
The paper on the back of the dress has a butterfly and a partial label printed on it. I like that Sara chose that spot to sign her name. Thanks Sara!