The sewing community is amazing, and my testers were so amazing. They gave great, helpful feedback to make this pattern as good as possible. I could not have done it without them!
I had made the pattern several times for my own daughters to test and perfect the pattern, but the testers gave advice that I never would’ve thought of. Thank you testers!
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Babydoll Dress and Top Pattern Testers
Her favorite thing about the pattern: Fun to mix match different components, can use my old tees in a fun way, pretty easy for beginners
This is so brilliant, and I can’t believe I didn’t think of it! I can’t wait to turn t-shirts into babydoll tops and dresses!
Her favorite thing about the pattern: The pattern is super easy and quick to make and I love that there are different versions to make.
That fabric is just so pretty, and I love that her granddaughter added a belt to make it her own!
Her favorite thing about the pattern: My favorite things about this pattern are the many ways you can customize it! You can use different fabric prints to make the top (or dress) casual or dressy.
Isn’t that Guardian of the Galaxy fabric amazing! It’s so cute!
Her favorite thing about the pattern: The ruffle sleeves are cute for young children!
I just love the colorbocking she did! I often don’t think of colorblocking, but it’s a great way to use up fabric scraps!
Her favorite thing about the pattern: I liked having different options to choose from with the long and short bodice/skirt. Overall it was straightforward and easy to figure out.
I love the little ruffle she added to the top of the skirt! I’m planning a hack tutorial so you can learn how to do it too!
Her favorite thing about the pattern: The sleeve options and the ability to make it whatever you want.
I originally made the babydoll tee for toddlers, and it makes me to happy to see a toddler wearing it again! I love the rainbow fabric!
Her favorite thing about the pattern: I really liked the variety of styles. I made the dress but I will be making some tops to pair with leggings for my granddaughters.
Can you believe the pompoms on the sleeve ruffles?! So adorable!
Her favorite thing about the pattern: I love that I was able to cut and sew an entire dress out of mush less than one yard of jersey.
That abstract floral fabric is just so stunning! I love that she did half sleeves too!
Her favorite thing about the pattern: It was easier than I first thought and made me more confident to sew with a stretch material! Photo by Michelle Laurie Photography
This dress is so sweet and you can see how cute it is without the sleeve ruffle.
Her favorite thing about the pattern: So quick and looks gorgeous
It’s so amazing all the different variations that can be made with one pattern. I love this sweet long sleeve top!
Her favorite thing about the pattern: The little ruffle
This is the perfect summer dress in a stunning floral!
Her favorite thing about the pattern: It was a lovely quick easy sew and could easily be made by a complete novice 🥰
I can’t believe she had time to make two versions! I love the princess fabric and the Among Us fabric. She even did some lettuce hems for the perfect wavy edge!
Her favorite thing about the pattern: I found it to be a fairly easy sew.
Camo is such a fun print, and the simple design lets the print shine!
Her favorite thing about the pattern: The pattern is simple, easy to make, have the nice detail of the ruffle, can be adapted to more formal or casual, depending on the type of fabric used.
I can’t believe she found the time to make THREE dresses! There’s a cute summer version, and two winter versions that use opposite fabrics. How fun!
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