My mom made me adorable dresses when I was a child (I'll post a picture of such a dress very soon ;)) I think that's where I got my love for petticoats and big dresses.
The dress I finished a couple of months ago but couldn't blog about it because I wanted the dress to be a surprise.
The pattern I used was Burda 9802
Just now, while writing this and looking for a picture of the pattern, I realise I made a mistake. I thought the pattern didn't include seam allowances so I added the seam allowances. That explains why the dress looked so big. But children grow so that won't be such a big problem ;).
I have to keep this in mind when I use an other pattern of Burda. I'm used to using patterns of Burda Style, and these patterns doesn't include seam allowances.
Below you can see my result. I love it! It's such a cute dress and bloomers!
Front of the dress
Back of the dress
Back of bloomers
Front of bloomers
(In the background you can see my granny square blanket that is not yet finished. When i'ts finished I'll post a tutorial about this ;)
You may recognise the fabric. I made my cherry shirt out of the remnants of this baby dress.
Have a great Sunday evening!