It was about a month ago. We were freshly returned from vacation and made for kids month was drawing to a close. I had come so far in dressing her in something different each day, but was worried about running out of handmade summer clothes that last day or two. What to do? Make a sundress, of course. And when your fabric scraps start bickering about who has been waiting longest to be made useful? You make three sundresses. Naturally.
this fabric from Girl Charlee). Please excuse the waviness where the bodice and skirt meet. I'm still mastering my serger settings - they got better as these went through the assembly line.
my scoop back dress. The back neckline is the same as the front, except I split it and added a loop and button. Turned out that was unnecessary and they would have fit over her head just fine without, but who wants to take that chance, especially when sewing in triplicate?
This second dress is some left over polka dots I think I got from fabric.com way back when, and some barely stretchy pale pink yardage my grandmother gave me a while back.
this modified Bimaa. She still pulls it out weekly, but it is, sadly, not a very practical wear in August in Connecticut. The skirt is from Girl Charlee - I think this is the one, but I'm not 100% sure at this point.