Ugh - don't you hate when you get Blog Title writer's block. I had no idea what to title today's blog post - so I went with what came into my head first :) If you have one better, let me know and I may change it!
So, today I am featuring a pattern from a designer I just got to know last week. If you saw the post last week, you may have noticed, I fell in love with the Brownie Goose Cricket dress https://www.etsy.com/listing/174231043/bg-originals-crickets-dress-and-tunic?ref=shop_home_active_2. After that love of a pattern, I knew I would be back and back I am. Today we are featuring the Betsy dress
And, as I figured - it didn't fail me. You should really check out her Etsy page. Her patterns are fun with all kinds of laugh breaks. They are well written and sew up beautifully. I even broke out my Anna Maria Horner fabric and didn't flinch as I cut it even though I didn't do a muslin for this first. I didn't do the pocket and I did add a trim around the waist seam. I also took her advice and added some width for fullness in the skirt. It is a little shorter than it should have been because I didn't have quite enough yardage for the prescribed length. I think its about 3" shorter or so. It still is a fine length for a longer tunic and I paired it with some cute denim-esque leggings from Naartjie.
So, I present our Brownie Goose Betsy dress! WARNING - this is pic heavy and I can't blame the hubs - this shoot turned out lovely. (Cowboy hat was not worn to school. Darn those no hat rules.)
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