|Butterick: 3236 (Children's/Girl's Costume) - Type:Costumes |
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|Reviewed by:||Steph huck|
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|Posted on:||10/29/13 4:34 PM |
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Floor-length dress has fitted, lined bodice with side front seams, slightly flared skirt and back zipper. A: contrast bodice front/skirt and sleeve flounce. B: flower trim and contrast bodice/sleeves/bustle. C: contrast bodice front/front underskirt/sleeve ruffles. D: contrast sleeve flounce. A,D: long sleeves. B,C: below- elbow sleeves. All have purchased trim.
I cut the 6 View C
Were the instructions easy to follow?
Yes they were
What did you particularly like or dislike about the pattern?
Everything was awesome about the pattern. I did get tripped up on figuring out what was the top/bottom pieces of the overskirt but then figured it out.
I used 2 colored organza and broadcloth from Joannís. I loved the glitter fuchsia organza. So I layered it with the broadcloth to make it work. The silver sequins were from my stash.
Would you sew it again? Would you recommend it to others?
I would if I had to make another princess costume, sure. I def recommend it to others. I think itís the best view of the pattern. It could even pass for a Anne Boleyn period dress too.
Overall this pattern makes for a fast and easy costume.
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