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Miss Violet Newborn- 2 years

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Author The Handmade Dress
Price $9.95
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by McDuffie, Pat
on July 27th, 2014

“Love this pattern!”

This is sweet little peasant style dress or top and diaper cover, with options for honeycomb smocking. There are detailed instructions for honeycomb smocking included! Add lace and have a sweet heirloom frock, or you could always have a precious holiday night gown. With no buttonholes or plackets to fuss with it’s a quick project! Who can resist a smocked dress that comes together during the babe’s nap time?


© July 2008 – Samantha Caffee
Fair use of this pattern are subject to the following conditions:

There can be NO resale or reproduction of this pattern in part or whole with out written consent from the designer Samantha Caffee. This includes sharing or forwarding the pattern to anyone except the original purchaser.

No mass production or large quantity sale is permitted using this pattern (greater than 6 dresses) without prior consent from the designer Samantha Caffee.

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Materials: Thread, 1/8” elastic, 1/4” elastic (for bloomers), water soluble marking pen, or pencil, and embroidery floss.

Suggested Fabrics: batiste, voile, dotted swiss, organdy, silk, any fine (thin) fabric

by McDuffie, Pat
on July 27th, 2014

Love this pattern!

by seaman, teresa
on October 24th, 2012

good 't tried the smocking part yet

by Mink, Lisa
on October 15th, 2012

Love this pattern! It has great directions, and turns out adorable.

by Verrell, Sandra
on September 4th, 2012

Had a little difficulty understanding why the smocking dots were on the bloomer pattern pieces, but figured it out. Turned out really cute.

by Mason, Roberta
on July 11th, 2012


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