Thursday, March 29, 2012

Easy Pillowcase Dress sewing pattern - pattern testers needed

Pillowcase Dress Pattern
sizes 6 months - 6 years

My latest pattern is ready! Even if you are a true beginner, you can do this! When I started sewing I started with pillows and pillowcase dresses. Some cutting, some ironing, some pinning and some sewing. Simple enough, right? Yes, you will LOVE this Classic Pillowcase Dress pattern and the little girls in your life will, too!


Have you been looking for a basic pillowcase dress pattern? Do you want to sew something quick, yet with that boutique style, to spruce up your child's wardrobe? Then this is the pattern for you!

This is your basic, classic, EASY to sew pillowcase dress! There's no fussy bias tape to deal with, but rather simple sewing with some ribbon ties. You can embellish this dress however you wish - with appliques, embroidery or your sweet little one's monogram. Can't you just see your daughter in a simple white seersucker pillowcase dress for those summer photos on the beach?

PATTERN TESTERS needed:
sizes 6-9 months, 9-12 months, 3-4 years and 5-6 years
(Size 1-2 taken care of already)
If you can sew up this pattern (even if you are a true beginner) and give me some feedback by April 1st, leave a comment here or email me: seaminglysmitten@gmail.com

Want to see what I whipped up today? My little model, Catherine, was being a complete hambone and making me laugh!

"See me hide, Mommy? giggles! You can't take my picture!"
 "Do you hear the thunder? It goes BOOM!" - holding back her giggles!
 "Hands on my hips!"
 "Ta-Boom! I hear thunder, Mommy!"
 "No more pictures. I see Dora." :) Gotta love a 2 year old!
I will let you know when this one debuts. It truly couldn't get any easier!
Happy Sewing!

6 comments:

Sunni @ Love Affair with my Brother said...

She is too sweet. Can you wash the ribbons you used for ties?

Kelli said...

Precious!! You're gonna have your hands full shooing the boys away with this one! She is too cute!

Sew Blessed Maw said...

The dress is cute as can be.. but your little girl is TOOOOOO cute.. Happy sewing.

Seamingly Smitten said...

Yes, Sunni, if you use Fray Check on the ends of the ribbons you can wash them. You can also hem the ends of the ribbon and sew the hems. Hope this helps!

Whitney said...

Where can i find this pattern?

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