While I’m still doing the last minute finishes on the Lorelei pattern, I wanted to show you what my AWESOME testers created with the Lorelei pattern.
First up, is Emily from Lady and the Gents. She tested the 6 month size on her tiny little cutie! How cute is this dress….can you believe she made this out of Target sheets?!?
Next, is Lisa from StubbornlyCrafty. She also tested the 6 month size on her 4 month old! Look how cute…
Here’s Allison dress that is did for her daughter out of the 12 month size. I love the springy fabrics!
Ula from Luluandceleste.BlogSpot.com also tested the 12 month size on her baby girl. So sweet.
Marlene tested the 12 month size too. Look at her out and about in her dress.
Brianne from AliCatCo and her facebook page, she made two!!! She made the 2t size for her younger daughter then her older daughter wanted one too!!! So, she made the 4t size for her without the petticoat for a more casual look and used an invisible zipper.
Laura from PoshFoxBoutique made the size 2t. LOVE the fabric combination on her cute daughter and she took a picture of the hidden petticoat that makes this dress have the most fabulous twirl.
Heather from AllThingsKaty, tested the size 4t for her daughter and look how cute she is and that perfect bow!
Savannah made this beautiful dress out of the Michael Miller Glitz fabrics that will be back in my shop next week! She made the size 5 and the colors look so good with Ava’s beautiful reddish hair :).
Zura from SewRetroChic, made the size 7 for her daughter. So pretty!
Karly from Paisleyroots, made the size 8. The dress is stunning in black and white.
Kelly from HandmadeBoy, made the size 10 and it is just stunning!
Shawna made the size 12 and she added a cute little lace to the bottom 😉
Glenda also made the size 12 too! She made it with Michael Miller’s Pastel Pop fabrics that are in my shop 🙂 The blue look amazing on Hazel!
Cameron made the 18″ doll pattern.
And last but not least Savannah made a matching doll.
I want to say a big THANK YOU for my amazing testers and their awesome feedback. Most loved learning new techniques like understitching and blind stitch hemming and so amazed at how simple to was to make the petticoat and it’s amazing twirl factor!
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