Hi I'm Katy from my china doll and I sewed up the u turn dress by duchess and hare. I live in Australia so we are in the midst of winter so i was inspired to make a winter version. I used a gorgeous red velveteen for warmth and lined the flutters and bodice with my favourite art gallery emmi grace fabric for a pop of colour.
The fit of the dress is great and looks beautiful. I sized up the bodice so i could fit warm layers underneath. My daughter especially loved the inseam pockets.
The finishes on this dress are beautiful inside and out and I love how it has the option to be reversible. The wrap back is such a lovely design feature too. I used snaps for closures and covered them in matching velveteen so they blended perfectly. I will definitely be making of this pattern.
Today we are featuring the Sleeveless in Seattle pattern by Duchess and Hare. Chris and Kari have sewn us both the crop top/skirt and the dress version of this awesome pattern.
When reviewers like Katy live in different hemispheres we get to see patterns made to fit all seasons! How lovely is this dress with the flutter sleeves and those peek a boo pockets are to die for. Nacole shows off the summer version of this twirly lovely dress.
Today Kari and Crystal are showing us their versions of patterns by Duchess and Hare. The Heat Wave Shorts and Sunny Side Top are going to be summertime staples for some lucky little girls!
Today Shea and Nicole are showing us their versions of the Sunny Side top by Duchess and Hare. With just enough ruffle and drape, this top is sure to be a favorite of both girls and tweens alike.
Today Chris shows off her version of the Little Bow Pleat dress by Duchess and Hare. This adorable spring dress is filled with styling options and sure to be a pleaser.
Today Heidi is showing off her version of the Fluffernutter by Duchess and Hare. This set is perfect for spring or summer wear!
Today Weatherly is sharing her version of the Spinny Mini Dress by Duchess and Hare.
Today Rebecca sews the Every Which dress by Duchess and Hare and included the hand embroidered piggie that her daughter adores!
We are serious around here about Halloween if you can't already tell. This costume could be the original worn on set outfit! Nicole combined patterns from Duchess and Hare, Little Lizard King and Made for Mermaids to turn her little into Dizzy Tremaine.