I made this dress earlier this year, using the same pattern that I used for my blue polkadot dress
It's probably the forth dress I've made, so it's still got a million and one mistakes in its construction that niggle at me.
All the same, we took it for a spin at Bradgate Park, and Dave played with his newest toy, an old school SLR camera.
I love the shape of the skirt and the way it flairs out in the wind, or when you spin in it. Such a fun dress to wear.
Fabric: Polyester from Ebay
Notions: Regular Zip, bias binding as used for the ties, straps and to give me a little detail on the back.
Challenges: I had a little trouble with the whole thing in general, couldn't pull out a specific challenge as such.
Lessons Learnt: As above, this was all part of my learning curve so nothing in particular.
Hours: About 8, if I recall right.
Cost: £11 for the fabric, £6 for the lining fabric, plus about £3 for the notions.
Do it again?: Well, this was my second go at this pattern, but I'm not sure that the style is something I'll actually wear a lot. So, going to go with, no.