The Pattern that Jeanine was designing was the child's version of the Angie dress Which if you know me you will know is a staple in my own wardrobe.
Sally is a quick easy dress to make. ( I timed it. This one took me 1 hour and 30 minutes to make from printing to finished!)
It has the option to have visible bias tape (as seen on the arms of the dress above) and hidden bias tape (as shown below)
She can be a simple summer dress (Swan lake dress), have a sash (Alice dress above) or with a double skirt and sash to make it something really special! (Narwhal dress)
Yes I made 3 during the test period. Not because I needed to but because I wanted to, it's just that awesome.
OK down sides ....... um ....... I ran out of cute fabrics ;)
As with all sis boom/ Scientific seamstress patterns the pattern comes un-nested which if you are printing one size is awesome. Unfortunately I have miss tall and skinny so I usually have to blend sizes this means I have to print out two sizes and blend them by laying one over the other. No big deal but it is a downside for me. However I love the way the patterns are written and the way they go together enough that this doesn't bother me. The pattern comes with all the usual instructions to get the perfect fit and has a variety of skirt length to make even me happy! Jeanine has kept the same style of writing and instructions that we all know well with thee patterns and has come up with a pattern that not only matches the awesomeness of the Angie but surpasses it with all the various options available.
With the options and unlimited fabrics there is no reason why any two Sally's will ever look the same.
You can Pick Sally up here