It has been one of those weeks! Sick kids, doctor's appointments and a sippy-cup malfunction right on mommy's iPad! So needless to say, I was not really in the most zen-like mood when I got started on the Agnes Tunic Dress this week. I skipped ahead in the book one project, but don't worry I already have the fabric ready for the Josie Dress. Our weather has been in the low-seventies lately I feel like Sophie needs something to wear right now, instead of a dress that would have to wait for warmer weather.Girl's World was a more challenging project for me than the first two dresses in the book. Nothing too difficult, just more pinning and patience needed(and as I mentioned before patience was in short supply for me this week!) I really love the fabric I had for this tunic, it is June Song by Alexander Henry.
I made a few adjustments to the pattern to suit my daughter a little better. I shortened the length by about two inches in the main part of the dress and shortened the trim by about one inch. I wanted it to be more tunic and less dress. Be aware that the tunic is very roomy, so I would go for a size down if you are are choosing between sizes.
I am so excited about this month's giveaway! A signed copy of Girl's Word by Jennifer Paganelli and some great Sis Boom fabric will be sent to one lucky reader. The giveaway will close 2/29.
I have been enjoying reading all of your comments so much! Thanks for being a bright spot during my rough week!