The Alice Dress and Romper pattern is such a fun pattern to play with fabrics and design! The center bodice section is a separate pattern piece for you to add your own personal touch whether you are upcycling vintage linens, adding hand embroidery, applique or a graphic!
The first "Alice" was inspired by the gorgeous fabrics from Jennifer Bosworth's new fabric line "Heather" available at Shabby Fabrics (Photography by Melissa VerHulst, Stylish Little Divas Photography)
The pattern includes:
*Print by size pattern pieces! Sizes 2T, 3T, 4T, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10 and 12
*Step by step instructions and lots of photographs!
*Coloring/Design pages are available for free too!
Just look at the beautiful dresses and rompers from our pattern testing group!
Stacey (From-a-Box Blog) used the Machine Smocking Method, Flutter Sleeve Option and Tie Back for her gorgeous Alice Dress!
Karen (Small Whimsy Designs) made two lovely dresses one with a Cap Sleeve and one with the Flutter Sleeve Option!
Amna's incorporated a pieced center bodice in her precious Flutter dress and a lace overlay Cap Sleeve version.
Amy (Anna's Heirloom Boutique) upcycled vintage linen for her center piece to create her "Alice in Wonderland" inspired dress and it came out beautifully!
Cara opted for embroidery, a sweetheart neckline, flutter sleeve and separate bloomers for her darling outfit!
What different looks from one pattern as Carolyn has demonstrated on her designs...and all so pretty!
Keisha chose to "fussy cut" a rose from her fabric to use on the center bodice section! I love the cross-back ties on her dress!
Loving the Sunflower fabrics on Kristen's Dress! The cap sleeve and bow-tie back and large centered sunflower make this dress a showstopper!
Lucy's Romper is just adorable! Nautical with a whimsical touch, Lucy chose the cap sleeve and tie back options!
Stacy's little sweeties are wearing matching outfits and does it get any cuter? The pattern is great for sisters sets!