Another Ruffly Peasant Dress

I had some Sew Cherry fabric by Lori Holt of Bee In My Bonnet leftover from another project, so I decided to make this little dress for Lola.
I used my Infant Peasant Dress Free Pattern, and added three layers of ruffles to the bottom.

It was a fun dress to make, and even more fun to see her wearing it (which of course I didn’t get a photo of – sometimes getting a child dressed is an accomplishment in itself, am I right?)!

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  1. This is adorable! I love it! I saw it on Sumo’s Sweet Stuff! I’ll need to make one for sure!

  2. Adorable dress! I recently bought some Sew Cherry fabric and I plan on using it to make a dress too.

  3. I love it! I can’t wait for your new pattern to come out for the bigger sizes!!! :) I hope baby Lola is doing great! Miss you!

  4. wow the dress is really a cue one and the light yellow colour is simply looking amazing….I like the way you added those layers at the end…Lovely dress..!!

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