I hope I do not sound silly when I say- I LOVE LOVE LOVE this pattern!!! It’s really very gorgeous, girly, sweet, bold, or simple, classic, yep I could go on and on here.
I know it looks like so much work, it’s not. I promise. The dress has lots of options. You can add ruffles, have just a scalloped edged skirt. Mix up fabrics. Tons of options ladies : )! Just look at all the examples here. The only negative I must say is all the content in the instructions. I prefer very short instructions. Foo Foo Threads always have very descriptive instructions. Although- the patterns are ALWAYS worth all that reading : )
I created a size 4t. Fit was perfect on my little model. She loves it as much as I do! Make sure to join the Foo Foo Threads Facebook group for even more inspiration.
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