So here's a little more about this pattern:
This is Sasha (No not the girl, the dress) and I have to say any pattern that does not require printing pattern pieces is close to my heart! Printing and taping and tracing is not my favorite, It takes forever. Sasha is all measurements and if you use the rip method instead of cutting your fabric- wowza...fast : ).
The Sasha instructions include adding three rows of ruffles, but I ran out of fabric and so we ended up with just the one. I think I will eventually add the other two.
This dress is a quick sew, especially with a ruffler foot. And easy for even a beginner. I promise you will love this one.
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