Favorite pattern revisited, again

I brought out my all time favorite pattern again to make a summer dress for my youngest daughter. This time I chose a turqoise fabric with butterflies and birds on it and red for the circle skirt underneath. Red and turqoise is my favorite color combo's.

Dress, turqoise, red, butterflies, birds, twirl


I used this pattern many times before, as you can see here
(click on the links underneath the pictures to go to the original post):

dress, flowers, green, pink, twirl
The Twirl Factor
dress, pink, strawberries
Pink Strawberry Dress
dress, pink, yellow, rose, twirl
Sweet Heart Dress
circle skirt, dress, flowers, crochet, blue, red
Flower Dress
circle dress, birthday, lace, marine
Birthday Dress
circle skirt, zebra,  pink
Zebra Skirt

All very different designs, but all with the same basic pattern...


Comments

  1. Love all these styles! It's great when you find a pattern you really like and can remake it over and over!
    Donna @onceuponasewingmachine.com

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    1. Yes, it is! I already know this still wasn't the last time I used this pattern :-) !

      Thanks for visiting, Donna!

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  2. Liz,
    Thank you for sharing this dress at Tuesday Trivia. What little girl doesn't love to twirl. I love all the prints too.
    I am following you, hope to see you next week. Pinning this dress.
    Wanda Ann @ Memories by the Mile

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  3. Lovely summer dress!
    Greetings from Bulgaria!

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    1. Thanks, Milena (beautiful name!). Greetings back from the The Netherlands!

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  4. I follow you. It is a pleasure for me.
    Hugs!!!
    http://scentofstyl.blogspot.gr/

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  5. Motivating me to make my girls some dresses! So pretty! Saw on crafty confessions.

    Gina
    http://ginascraftcorner.blogspot.com

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  6. So cute! My Girl loves a dress that twirls :)

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  7. Such a diverse pattern! I love what you have done with it :)
    Visiting from Handmade Tuesday, I'd love for you to link up at Much Ado About Monday

    http://www.huckleberrylove.com/2013/05/much-ado-about-monday-no-11.html

    Karla
    www.huckleberrylove.com

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  8. I am visiting you from Family Home and Life. I love these dresses. You are industrious with a flair. I especially like the sweetheart dress with the heart in the back. Read my Summer Sewing Camp Series:
    http://www.thelostapron.com/summer-sewing-camp/

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  9. Oh the perfect dress pattern! I love it! This one has so much flare; it's gorgeous!

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  10. Great pattern - I love how versatile it is. Thanks for coming by and partying with us. Have a funtastic week!

    Robin
    Fluster Buster

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  11. Oh, your dress is so cute!!!

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  12. You are great at sewing. So cute. Thank you for joining Home Sweet Home.
    Sherry

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  13. Such pretty summer dresses! It takes me back to when I was girl and the dresses my Mom made!
    Love the fabrics, too!
    ♥ Jil

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    1. Thank you, Jil! That's so sweet!

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  14. Just found your blog through the Show & Tell Hop. My daughter would flip for these. I need to get my machine out ASAP! Thanks for sharing!

    Angel
    http://householdsavvy.com

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    1. Show me your dress when it's finished! Thanks for visiting!

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  15. Isn't it great when you have found a pattern you can use over and over again. Another gorgeous dress.

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    1. Yes, it is! Still isn't the last time I used it :-) !

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  16. Those are all so adorable!

    As an aside, I'm hoping Nikki and Mike at WWFC host another writing challenge this summer ~

    Popped by from Paula's no rules hop

    thriftshopcommando.blogspot.com

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  17. Nice work. So happy you shares at What to do weekends! Linda

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  18. I'm so glad we found your blog!! Thanks for linking up with us at One Sharendipity Place this weekend! {We hope to feature this blog next week!!}
    Sue @thet2women.com

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  19. Pretty pattern. I really love the turquoise and red combo too! Thanks for sharing at the Shady Porch Rock 'N Share! Hope to see you again soon! Blessings, D@TheShadyPorch

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  20. So sweet :0)

    Thanks for sharing with us at Creative Mondays, featuring and pinning your post this week :)

    http://www.clairejustineoxox.com/2013/06/0306-creative-mondays-blog-hop-and-this.html

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    1. Thank you very much for featuring my dress! Really appreciate it! Thank you for hosting a great party!

      Liz

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  21. I love these twirly dresses. I have been making them for my 4 grandaughters for the last couple of years. But they grow out of them so fast. So when the bodice part gets too tight, I cut the skirt part off, sew a casing and insert elastic for a twirly skirt. I finally decided that from now on, I'll just make skirts and they love them.

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  22. Just gorgeous. I wish I could sew, I would love to make something this gorgeous.
    Stopping by from the Sew Many Ways Link Party, hope you can visit me back soon :)
    http://make-it-yourselfmumma.blogspot.com.au/

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  23. So pretty!
    Found you from teachbesideme.com
    : )

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  24. My daughter will LOVE it is I make this.....My sewing machine hasn't been broken out in a long time but I keep seeing these patterns and really want to get back into it. I am definitely following so I can keep the inspiration flowing! Thank you for sharing at www.frugalfitfamily.com!

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    1. Thanks for following, Heather! Hope you will show us some of the dresses you make!

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  25. So pretty! Thanks for sharing & linking up @ DearCreatives.com Hope to see you again soon!

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  26. Hey there! Thanks so much for stopping by and linking up your cute craft! Stop by again next week and link up another awesome project!

    Have a great week!
    Susie@bowdabra
    http://bowdabrablog.com

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  27. I would love to make a dress like this for my granddaughter. Can you tell me what pattern you used? Thanks. :)

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    1. I made the pattern of the dress up myself by putting together various parts of various dresses. Thanks for visiting my blog!

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