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KCW: The Flower Fairy Dress

It's the third day of the Kid's Clothes Week challenge, and everywhere on the blogland I see people sharing their wonderful creations. I told you I wasn't quite sure if I would join in the fun or not. But with so many great things coming up from basicly everywhere, I couldn't help but to enter my own little thingy too. 

I guess this week's the perfect oportunity to finally finish my niece's dress. It was promised her since the time I made her brother an outfit for the boy's themed week on PR&P season 6

If you followed me, you know I had planned to make her something for the details week challenge on PR&P all stars season. Well, I didn't! =( And since I didn't get anything done, I thought it'd would fit pretty well the Spring formal themed week, on the same season of PR&P. Well, again, and just by a couple of days I didn't again. 

As I said above, KCW was just my excuse to get it done. 

I actually worked on it last week, I cut the pattern and all the pieces into the fabric. I used the same french burda magazine pattern I used for my daughter's knock-off challenge, using a bigger size of course, and not doing any changes to the original pattern.

The dress is pretty simple (pattern), but the fabric is so light, and fresh and beautiful in colour and details. And the cherry on top is the detailed flowers belt. I added pink bias on the collar and arm holes for contrast since I used pink ribbon on the belt too. 
Actually my mother sewed the pearls to the flowers while I was busy sewing somthing else. She was visiting and feeling bored, so I gave it to her to help me, since the detail from the belt was done long ago, and left waiting. My first idea was to have it making part of the front bodice piece, but then I visioned it as a belt, and as a belt it was made. It tights on the back, and niece L. can wear it with or without the belt according to where or when she's wearing it. 
Here's how to do the flowers!!!

This is probably my one and only entry for the KCW. It's the first time I sewalong this challenge, and I am loving it, but this is going to be all for this time. I have important things to get done this week. Have fun!!!


  1. I love the belt on this one! The fabric is so lovely, too! Great job!!!

    1. Thank you! The belt really is something special =D

  2. Such a pretty detail! Love the dress!

  3. The belt is absolutelly gourgeous! Perfect!

    1. I agree with Naná in every single word... True so true, gorgeous, so much gorgeous ;o)

  4. O cinto ficou fantástico! E é óptima ideia não estar fixo ao vestido.
    Muitos parabéns!

  5. The flowers are gorgeous! What a sweet dress. BTW, I did get your email, thank you! Did you get mine?

    1. Thanks! Yes, I've answered today! Thanks for letting me know you got mine. =D

  6. What a BEAUTIFUL belt, Magda!!! It makes the dress very special...

    1. Thank you Pam. I'm glad you liked it.

  7. This dress is just precious! I love the belt :)
    Stopping by from Threading My Way.

    Cass x

    1. Thank you Cassandra! It was the first time I tried those flowers and loved it. =)

  8. What a pretty dress-the details make it so special.

    Thanks so much for joining in with the Say G'Day Saturday Linky Party. Hope you can link up again this weekend!

    Best wishes,
    Natasha in Oz


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