+ diy Contrasting raglan sleeve dress

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Pretty little dress for your special date or for just looking pretty. I found this fabric at Jo-anns and fell in love, It can be a little much so the less I pair with it the better. I may chop off the bottom and make it into a cute raglan top.

Necklaces: miaearrings (use code cottonandcurls20 for a discount!)
shoes: old – here or here      hat: oasap   dress: Self-made (tutorial below)

 

 

Supplies:
1-1.5 yards of light-med fabric
half yard of contrasting fabric for sleeves
thread
sewing machine
pins
scissors
dress that you can use to trace

 

Instructions:

raglan sleeve dressStarred Photos2

Comments

  1. Cute dress and the hat looks amazing on you!

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  2. I LOVE that dress, it’s so cute! Love the print too! You have such a great talent for making and restyling clothes, it’s inspiring! I found your blog a few weeks ago and you are now one of my faves, you have done and made so many awesome things. Keep it up!
    Tiffany
    http://www.stylestealsandstilettos.com

  3. I just bought this fabric over the weekend too! I used to avoid the silky section at JoAnn’s because I felt like all the polyesters there were too shiny and had the breathe-ability of a plastic bag, but I’m finding that there are actually a few decent things in there now. Your instruction graphics are always so perfect. :)

  4. you are so creative, this dress is really cute!!

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  5. Roxanne says:

    Hubba hubba!

  6. Brighton says:

    I love it! :) Do you think the shape of this dress would work with a sash made of the contrast sleeve color?
    Thanks!

  7. Wow – just from looking through your blog and your DIY’s I have planned all my summer sowing projects.
    Your style is so simple, contemporary yet girly that I just love it.

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