Simplicity 1810


Simplicity 1810

This is one of the easiest dresses to make ever.  I really like this pattern.  This version was made for DD using a super cute AM Horner cotton that I got at a Knit shop in Opelika, Alabama while I was on vacation earlier this Summer.  Cute, no?  She loves it, which is rare.  I made the size small for her, but I’m thinking of one of these for myself (I’ll use the medium sizing).   


Here’s a back view.  For super simple shaping, ties are inserted into the two back darts.  You can then tie to the front or back.  The neck has a facing, and the sleeves were finished with bias turned to the inside.  The nice thing about this neckline is that it’s not too low cut.


No difficult fitting required, no buttons, no zippers, EASY!!

  1. Adorable!

  2. So pretty! The fabric reminds me of something you might see at Anthropologie.

  3. This is gorgeous. I have this pattern as well and you have inspired me to find a nice bright print to make it up.

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