Hi y’all! It’s been a while since I have made anything and I am really glad I chose the Elke pattern by My Childhood Treasures to get me sewing again. If you want a cute little dress that is quick and easy, Elke is your girl! The Elke goes together very quickly, it took me less than an hour to make. There is a fair amount of printing and taping but that never bothers me too much. I think this dress would be cute in every kind of fabric from sweatshirt fleece to some glittery dressy fabric, the Elke is very versatile.
I used a basic knit from Girl Charlee for the dress. I think this dress would be so cute in sweatshirt fleece too. My fabric was very thick but I really think you could use just about any knit fabric.
Wow! Kara looks so beautiful in her Elke! Such a warm and cozy winter dress. Here are a few other reviews you can also check out from My Childhood Treasures.
Today Katy reviews the Tess Wrap Dress by My Childhood Treasures. This dress is super cute and easily accessorized to be an all season dress!
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Heather reviews the My Childhood Treasures Wrap Top and Marnie shows her version as well. These adorable and east to sew tops have multiple uses from extra layering or dressing up a plain tee.
Today Crystal reviews the easy to sew and versatile Kaftan dress by My Childhood Treasures. Its fun and breezy styling is a perfect addition to the summer wardrobe!
Today we are sharing a free pattern from My Childhood Treasures: The Kimono Jacket.
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