Rhapsody in BlueMay 24, 2017 / byLaura Mae / Categories : Feeds
I was so enamored of the Butterick 6413 bodice, I decided that I needed to make a second version of the dress, this time with a circle skirt.
In fact, I was so pleased with the way it turned out, I couldn't be bothered to wait for the warm weather to arrive before wearing this one out a few months ago.
This particular garment has already had another outing now that warm temperatures have arrived.
I just love how comfortable this is to wear. And my obsession with tea length dresses is far from over.
I still have the finished version of the pencil skirted version of this dress to show you, so you have not seen the last of this pattern. And if the bodice was not quite as distinctive, I might be tempted to make another!
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