Polly Peasant Dress & Blouse Testers

I’ve been really excited to share today’s post with you, as I had some great pattern testers help out with the Polly Peasant Dress & Blouse Pattern. Since the pattern has 10 sizes and several different options in each size, I had more testers than I have with my other patterns, and I have to admit it was really fun to see all of their dresses and blouses rolling into my inbox! I also realized as I was putting this post together that I have too much to share in one post, so we’ll call this installment one, and I’ll share the rest soon!

Disclaimer: I’m not sure how I ended up with testers that all had adorable daughters or girls to sew for. Seriously, you’d think I planned it that way, but I guess I’m just lucky!

Krista from Handmade Homemaker made a floral scalloped blouse for her daughter.

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Cameron made this sweet dress for her daughter. Gotta love those pig tails :).

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Kristy from Hopeful Threads made both a dress and blouse for her daughter – if you’re ever wanting to use sewing as a way to help others, please check out Kristy’s blog!

Jen from The Crafting Fiend made this birthday shirt for her daughter and added the applique.

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 Heidi from Stitches by Heidi. Her baby reminds me of a little red-headed Lola! I don’t think I’ve looked at this photo yet without smiling :).

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And look - I think she likes her dress! So precious.

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Jen made a polka dot dress for her 2 year old and a cute blouse for her 5 month old.

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And I’m convinced I need this fabric after seeing this dress by Natalie from Our Old Southern House. I love the navy.

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Thanks so much ladies for all your help and feedback! The pattern is available HERE. If you’ve made a dress or blouse of your own, be sure to add it to our Flickr group! Happy Monday!

Comments

  1. Hi Abby, I’m a sewing enthusiast with 2 girls (a 3 year old and an infant). If you need testers next time, please consider me.

    Please come visit my blog at http://realitystrikesmommy.blogspot.com

  2. Oh my gosh! They are all adorable and your new pattern is awesome. I MUST have this one too.

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