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Unicorn dress

August 1, 2019

One of my daughter’s closest friends turned 9 at the end of July and to celebrate we all went camping together.  My daughter made her friend a birthday cake, and I made her a unicorn dress!  I had been hanging onto this fabric for ages.  I had originally planned to use it to make myself some pyjama bottoms, but when I decided to make a girl’s dress this seemed the obvious choice.  Plus, I knew it would co-ordinate nicely with the unicorn dress I made for my daughter last year sometime.

I used Burda 9379 for the pattern as it looked like it would be a simple make and it wouldn’t need lining.  The arm holes and neckline are bound with bias binding, which makes for a pretty finish as well as being easy to do.  I chose pink gingham and I love how it looks!

The birthday girl loved her dress and I was so pleased with the fit which I basically had to guess.  Here she is, in the tent, having just tried it on:

Doesn’t she look great?  And here’s a pic of her with my daughter wearing the unicorn dress I made her:

Awww.  They are so cute 🙂

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