Look what a $1 thrifted double bed sheet, $0.35 worth of thrifted ribbon and eyelet lace, 2 buttons, and 3 hours of time can produce:
A PARTY FROCK!
The project is based on Made by Heidi’s Tutorial, although I made a few small changes (fully lined the dress, widened the bodice, used eyelet trim for the shoulders instead of making a ruffle…).Â Heidi’s method of making this dress was GREAT – easy for a novice seamstress like me to follow and reproduce – I could just wing-it and still have the dress turn out nicely, which is exactly how I like to sew!!
Firecracker usually ends up with hand-me-down dresses from her big sister, and was surprised and thrilled that she got a new, extra-ladylike dress!Â Â However, Little Hen (who, I think felt a bit left out) very politely asked if we can make her a party frock together next.Â Â So, instead of packing up the sewing machine and cleaning up the living room, we’ll spend tomorrow after church working on a paper-patterned dress I started cutting out for her earlier in the week.
Thanks, Heidi, for the inspiration!!
2 thoughts on “Party Frock”
So cute! Thanks for sharing! I am so glad that you found this tutorial helpful!
Oh, I almost wish I had a little girl so I could make her a party frock! It is so darling. 🙂 Any such ideas for boys? 🙂
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