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Sunday, June 5, 2011

The Aimee Dress ~ Quick & Easy Girls Halter Dress

 Just finished this Aimee Dress by Bonnie Blue Designs.  


"Bonnie Blue Designs® offers patterns for sewing classic style clothing for babies and children.  A large selection of styles are available including Heirloom Style and Play Clothes."



This dress is incredibly quick and easy to sew.  I had one complaint, and that was that it skips the understitching of the lining...


I ended up edge stitching around the entire bodice: 1) to keep the lining from coming out  and 2) because it looked a little unfinished to me.


I would HIGHLY recommend this for the novice seamstress!  The instructions are fantastic.  They explain every single detail, and they explain it well!  They basically assume you know nothing...which is what I want in a pattern personally.  A lot of women I know are self taught, and being self taught myself, I know how frustrating it is to pick up a pattern and have no clue what they are talking about.


I love that it is so light!  It's the perfect play dress.  


This one will definitely be coming on vacation with us.  It will be great to throw over her bathing suit to go into souvenir shops or into an ice cream shop.


I do sort of feel like somethings missing though, and am considering adding white rickrack to the bottom, but can't decide.  What do you think?  Should I add it?  Any better ideas?

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7 comments:

Valerie@Occasionally Crafty said...

I think it needs a little embellishment. Love the pattern and fabric, though. I may have to make one for my daughter :)

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The undomesticated scientist said...

The ric rac would look great, It does need a little something. Done in a bold print it might not. Sort of dress you could have lots of different versions of, i could be very tempted for tiny! x

Thread In Her Hair said...

This is so cute!!

~jan said...

So cute! Can't wait to make one for the grand daughter. I like the rick rack being added.

~jan at thepaisleycupcake.blogspot.com

Dear Baby said...

I've seen that "understich lining" and I don't know what that means. Could you explain that for a novice please?
And I thought the dress was cute but when I scrolled down and saw the ric rack I thought it was adorable!

Chef in Training said...

I love this dress! perfect for summer! it is so cute! great job! I found your blog through a link party and i LOVE it! I am your newest follower and would love it if you would check out my blog and follow me too! thanks!
-Nikki
http://chef-n-training.blogspot.com/

shopannies said...

what a simple cute and pretty summer dress love it and I am sure she does as well

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