Did it look like the photo/drawing on the pattern envelope once you were done sewing with it?No, but that was intentional.
Were the instructions easy to follow?Yes. I only needed them for the bodice part of construction; utilized the skirt portion just as a guideline.
What did you particularly like or dislike about the pattern?Easily modifiable to get the look that you want.
Fabric Used:The skirt was from taffeta, skirt puffs from costume matte satin and the bodice was from a fabric I got from the bargain bin for $1/yard.
Pattern alterations or any design changes you made:Where to begin!?! I Lengthened the skirt and made it more full to fit over a hoopskirt and petticoat from a previous project. I used the sleeves from the Snow White portion of the pattern as the intended sleeves were too short and I was trying to hide my larger arms.
Would you sew it again? Would you recommend it to others?I don't know if I would sew it again, mainly because how many Cinderella gowns does a person need? If I had a client that wanted a similar silhouette than I would use this as a base. I have made the Snow White version and have been asked if I smuggled it from a Disney park (No, I didn't! For the record!!).
Conclusion: It was a fun pattern. It was challenging with the alterations that I made, but that isn't the pattern's fault. Would recommend to a sewer that was somewhere between beginner and advanced practitioner. More pictures below.