The Sew Fab bundle sale is nearing the end (only a few more days to go) and I saved the best Frozen project til the end. I wanted to make a dress inspired by the movie, but not so obviously "frozen"
I used the Norah Dress pattern by Mouse House creations for this dress, and it is part of the Sew Fab Bundle Sale that is going on this week
A collection of 19 PDF Patterns from 19 well-known and up and coming designers are instantly accessible to you by PDF download upon purchase of the Sew Fab Pattern Bundle. Imagine all of the combinations that you can put together with this bundle of patterns, with many transitioning to fall and winter as well! Here are the patterns that you will receive (click on the links below the collage for more information about each pattern.):
The Laurel Dress or Tunic by Greenstyle Creations, The Satchel Bag by Handmade Therapy, The Lexi Knit Dress and Top by MODKID, The Piko Top by EYMM, The Bowling Shirt from Scientific Seamstress (unisex), The Seraphic Pant by Figgy's (unisex), The Tulip Pinafore by Too Sweets Patterns, The Big Tote Bag by Things for Boys, The Doll and Carrier by Patchwork Posse, Poppy and Pip Penguins by Betz White, Leather Accent Foldover Pouch by LBG Studio, The Norah Dress and Tunic by Mouse House Creations, Crayon Art Folio by Gingercake, The Tennis Skort (12M-12Y) by Heidi & Finn, The Ruffled Bustle Top by Sumo's Sweet Stuff, Long Beach Board Shorts (unisex) by Terra's Treasures, The Cupcake Top (unisex) by Sewing Mama RaeAnna, The Saffron Twirl Dress from Paisley Roots Designs, The Sweet Tea Shorties by Molly Blossom Designs.
I sewed the sleeveless version and left off the collar (there are A LOT of options with this dress) so I could have a blank canvas to work with. I Ironed on a large piece of lightweight interfacing on the back of the dress in the area that I planned to do the embellishments.
For the text, I took a fading fabric marker and just wrote out the words "let it go" in a fancy script and sewed back and forth over a few times over the lines (roughly) to make it stand out.
I then embellished the words, with sequins, beads and flat-back jewels, and embroidered snowflakes. I tried to make it as magical and 'snowy' as I could.
You can never have enough jewels right?
I LOVE they way it turned out....not too 'frozen', but a pretty dress that could be worn many times. I also like that they style of this pattern allows for all season wear, as well as years of wear (she can wear it as a tunic next year)
I also made up a quick headband to match the dress
You need, a plain or solid colored headband, felt snowflakes and some flat-back jewels, and a gluegun
I used ones that were a thicker felt, I got them off this strange felt banner thing (I have NO idea where it came from....I have the strangest things in my craft room :) ). I just cut them off the banner
I used a glue gun to stick the snowflakes on. I pretty much just kept them to one side and kept overlapping them until I as happy with how it looked.
Then I added the jewels to the center of the snowflakes, and Voila! a pretty snowy headband
And it goes perfectly with the dress....
So go grab you Sew Fab Bundle now and get sewing!
Finally....one last singing collage....how could she not be singing "let it go" in this dress??? :)
Watch for the wrap up of all the frozen projects this weekend
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