Saturday, March 12, 2011

Sewing for summer

Its only mid march, but sun is very hot, almost it is summer in Chennai.
So  I have a plan to make some cool summer dresses for my daughter.

This is the first one...
a simple frock, with thin shoulder straps, providing more room for air.
I made it little bigger, just for her comfort.

the back...

The details in the yoke...

I have more such cool colors in my stash, so keep watching.

Thank you so much for your lovely comments for the lace skirt

I am linking this to the parties here


  1. very beautiful dress.Lace work adds more beauty for this.I already have the same type dress.But its ready made.Nice creation.

    Which material is used for lining?.Is it cotton?

  2. Nice summer dress!

    summer is here for sure! I am bit busy with ME Made March and some 'winter ' wardrobe for my sister who is going on an abroad assignment. So will start sewing my DD's summer wardrobe my April.

  3. wow...beautiful dress...i love the lacy yoke...

  4. Oh!!!!
    I simply love it. Plesing colour. Nice creation.
    I would have happy if seen your pretty daughter wearing it.

  5. Beautiful! Thank you for commenting on my dresses too!

  6. I'm visiting from The Tip Junkie! Your dress is just beautiful! I so wish I could sew! You did a wonderful job on it! Love :)

  7. So pretty! I just featured the pretty dress you made for your daughter on our link party! Come on over and grab an "I've been featured" button if you like, and you can enter another project! :-)

  8. Thanks so much for linking this up to our blog party! It's so pretty.

  9. Very good color thendral. I wonder where you purchase all the fabric from.

  10. so pretty! thanks for linking up! I look forward to seeing you this week again!

  11. Nice summer dress. Pleasing colors.

  12. good one . a nice comfortable summer wear for ur kid.

  13. I love all the details like the bow in the back and the ruffled at the yoke. Great colors...of course I love pink!

  14. This is so pretty. Love the material and the colour. Do you sew from patterns, or do you make your own patterns? So talented.



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