How many dresses is too many for a little girl? Because of the Wendybird Dress pattern, my little girl has five new dresses in the last two weeks. I’m not sure if it’s lucky or not that they grow so quickly; I’ll be sad when these are outgrown but I can’t wait for more room in her dresser for more.
We live in Michigan where it has been between 0 and 30 degrees Fahrenheit for the last 3 months- that’s not exactly what I would consider dress-wearing weather. So when I designed this pattern, I knew I had to include multiple sleeve lengths so that it can be worn year-around. There are plenty of other options that are noteworthy, but that’s not what I’m here to tell you about today…
We happened to hit the jackpot as far as weather is concerned yesterday because it was a whopping 52 degrees! Break out the mini skirts, amIright?! So Ginnie was perfectly comfortable wearing her Wendybird with a pair of jeans underneath. And if her little ears get a chill…just pop up the hood!
Oh! Did I mention that I created a hood for this beauty?! The best part is that it’s a FREE add-on for you too! I know! I’m jumping out of my seat in excitement too! All you have to do to get it is to go to our Facebook chat group and click on “Files“. Plus, you can pick up your copy of the Wendybird Dress for 25% off now through Jan 31st, it’s already marked down!
Be sure to visit all the blogs for the tour! And if you sew one up, we’d love to see you share your version in the SUAT Facebook group!
Jan 24th: Larissa from Connected By a Thread
Jan 25th: Rebekah from Pattern Revolution
Jan 26th: Rachel Nelson from Once upon a Sewing Machine
Jan 27th: Jennifer from Stitch Upon a Time
Jan 28th: Tasha from Sewn at Seams
Jan 29th: Heather from All Things Katy
Jan 30th: Rachel from Handcrafted by Red
Comment below with what your favorite options for the Wendybird Pattern are and one lucky winner from each blog will be announced when the tour wraps up on Jan 31st!
I’ll see you in the chat group!