Tuesday, February 9, 2010

#104 Pattern of the Week

Pattern #104 includes the pattern for a dress or bubble! Create your own overlay with your choice of embroidery, tucks, and lace. The pink dress and white matching bubble were both featured in the July-Aug., 2003, edition of "Creative Needle" magazine.

The boy's bubble, is made from white pima cotton and is trimmed with ecru lace and entredeux.

The overlay uses just enough lace and tucks, to make it dressy, without being over done.

This elegant version is made from Swiss Nelona and a purchased trim edging.

This is a great way to stretch your dollar, when using the more expensive fabrics and laces.

Featured in "Creative Needle" magazine April, 2006, the designer of this dress used cotton prints, simple smocking, and embroidery to give the dress a totally different look.

The ducks are embroidered on white pique', and can be found in the "Heirloom Embroidery Book."

It may be cold and miserable outside now, but it is time to start our Spring sewing!

1 comment:

Stephanie said...

Hi! I was wondering if you would share the instructions on how to make the white and ecru lace yoke for the overlay bubble. Thanks!


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