Easter Dress Tutorial

So as if the ultrasound being this afternoon wasn't enough excitement for one day, I am also SO excited to tell you all that I finally finished my tutorial for the girls' Easter dresses.
They were actually made for a guest post I'm doing over on Craftiness is Not Optional.  You may have noticed the Vintage May button on my sidebar--I was so, SO excited and flattered when Jess asked me to be part of her series this spring.  Jess makes the most beautiful little girl clothing--I've been  follower of her blog for a long time now, and I was so excited when I met her through a mutual friend of ours.  She lives a couple towns away, but we've become friends through playgroups and craft nights, and just talking (blog and sewing) shop.  It's been so great to have another real-life bloggy/sewing friend.  :)  Anyway, after she asked me if I wanted to make something, I couldn't wait to get started on my project, and it ended up becoming the girls' Easter dresses as well (good thing, because energy is in short supply in my body these days).  Also, Breanne wore hers to Vintage/Retro Day at school.  
I believe that would be 3 birds, one (well, ok, 3, because I had to make one for each girl) stone(s).  :)

So, if you're interested in seeing how the girls' Easter dresses were made, feel free to head over to Craftiness is Not Optional today, and check it out.  


BECKY said...

great job!!

Merrells said...

They turned out great! Love the lace! In fact, I just bought myself a dress that looks very similar to this and now I'm thinking I should have just made it!

KendasCrafts said...

adorable!!!! great job, Jess!

Jami and James said...

Your Easter dresses turned out great! I'm glad you thought ahead - I did not and was sewing like a mad woman the week previous. :) You're pretty talented yourself!