Meet Quinn! She features a comfy knit bodice with adorable flutters. You can choose to add a double flutter ruffle or keep it simple with the single flutter like I did. There are instructions in the glossary of the pattern to make rolled hems on the flutters if you chose not to leave them raw. The first thing that caught my eye with Quinn was the thick waistband that ties beautifully in the back. Next time I plan to make my ties a bit longer, but that is my personal preference.
How lovely is the double skirt?! I kept my top ruffle and waistband fabrics the same to achieve an apron look. Quinn comes in sizes 6-12 months to 12. My little one is wearing a 6-12 months dress and my big girl is wearing a 2t. This pattern only took me about an hour and a half from cut to finish for each dress. We are in the middle of a move so this dress being super quick while still having many girly details made this the perfect sew for our crazy week.
My girls are ready for many Valentine's Day parties and outings in their new Quinn dresses!
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