Georgia Vintage Dress for The Cottage Mama

Friday, May 24, 2013

Ready for some cuteness overload?!? I’m not sure what’s sweeter, Tandy or this new pattern to be released by The Cottage Mama. Ok, I may be a tad biased on this one. But, on to the sewing stuff. The Cottage Mama is set to release a few new patterns in the coming months, and I was lucky enough to be selected to test out her first one. This is the Georgia Vintage Dress View D. That’s right, you’ll be able to get four variations in this one pattern, and I can think of a few more too!

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The bib front is really a blank canvas for fun buttons, trims, monograms, or appliques. The pattern calls for piping, but I used some mini pom-pom trim.

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The final pattern actually has a shorter skirt. That’s one of those reasons we testers prove to be useful!

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No, vintage style dress would be complete without a big sash. The way the front and back sashes are attached leaves an option for omitting them as well for still more options.

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Flutter sleeves and a sweet collar are just icing on the cake.

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The Georgian Vintage Dress pdf pattern should be released this week with the paper patterns to follow. Stay up to date by checking in with The Cottage Mama Facebook page. I’ll be sure to update my Facebook page as well.

2 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness, she looks so sweet! I love the fabric you chose, and the pom pom trim is a perfect accent! You did a beautiful job!

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  2. very sweet :)
    really well done on all of your choices!

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