I loved the red, white and blue dress on the cover photo of the Sofie Clareese Perfectly Pleasant Sundress.
It was nautical and perky and cute.
I decided to make one just like the cover photo, and one in reverse, with red as the main color.
So, here they are:
My versions, to me, somehow look less nautical and more like cheerleading costumes.
Maybe that's just me?
But you could actually make a cheerleading costume from this pattern, I think. Just shorten the skirt.
There is this very colorful flower print that I have been drooling over for a while.
Finally, since I had a project, I bought half a yard and made this:
This is my favorite of the sundresses so far. It's so colorful and summery.
This pattern is really versatile! You should try it out!
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