Striped T-Shirt Dress: Kommatia Alice

A cute casual tee dress

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Mosaic Wrap Dress: Burda 6829

Last but not least the final Wrap Battle entry!

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B&W Link Wrap Dress: McCalls 6884

M6884: An easy and basic faux wrap dress

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Epitome of Comfy Chic: Kommatia Harry

Who doesn’t love a outift that can be dressed up and down?!

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Floral Denim V-Back Dress: Closet Case Fiona

I hate buttonholes, but I love this dress!

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Aztec Vertical Stripe Jumpsuit: McCalls 7755

Flow-y jumpsuit that’s a breeze to sew.

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I can make that! Border Print Dress

I love copying RTW clothes!

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Reversible Wrap Dress – McCalls 7745

Double sided fabric means reversible garment.

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Bold Striped Duster: Simplicity 8546

I love the style of shirtdresses, but I very rarely wear them. For one they are usually made with cotton fabric and I hate to iron (which is one of the reasons I love to sew with knits). Also since I’ve started sewing they’ve just seemed like to much work to make…collars, cuffs, buttons and…

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The Mimi Dress Redux

When I first blogged about the Mimi Dress, from SewSewDef, I said I had another one planned. And here it is! I was inspired by a picture of Beyonce in a gray suede zipper trimmed wide neck dress to replace the button band with a zipper. I debated between using a leopard print sweater knit…

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The Mimi Dress – SewSoDef

I loved The Mimi, from the September/October issue, as soon as I saw it. It’s a simple batwing dress designed for knits that can be both dressed up and down simply based on your fabric choice, accessories and shoes.

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Comfy and Cute – Sweatshirt Dresses 

The fall season is definitely upon us and the winter is quickly approaching. During these chilly/cold months I love to feel comfy and warm but I still want to look casual chic. Lets face it – the comfiest outfits aren’t always cute. Thankfully McCalls released M7688 just it time to provide four different “fashionable” takes…

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Two Versions of Mama Leilani

I really enjoy pattern testing and my experience working with Marina of  Peach Patterns was no exception.  I had the opportunity to test their first womens pattern the Mama Leilani Dress and Top pattern (there is a coordinating girls version). Peach Patterns is based out of Sydney, Australia, which explains why I am rocking this newly…

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