Remember the days of Daisy Kingdom matching outfits? Complete with little tiny matching dresses for your doll? Oh how I wish I could turn back time to the land of Daisy Kingdom. Walking through the isles of that old Pearl District icon held lots of awesome pictures and memories of 70's inspired whole family matching outfit options. Upstairs, you could even sometimes find the patterns in the discount room.
Gone are the days of the Daisy Kingdom Pearl District headquarters, and past are the times when matching outfits were cool; or wait, are they? An entirely new generation of matching outfit opportunities await in this hip halter top from Amy Butler. The pattern is sized for young girls, size 7 through a women's XXXL. By extending the length of this pattern a bit you could also make a really sweet little summer dress, perfect for a swim cover up for little girls and their Mamas.
I am teaching this class at Bolt in a couple of weeks, and the pattern has been a popular seller. Sometimes it is difficult for a new sewer to attempt things like a key-hole cut out, or figure out how to line a top. Class will be an opportunity to grow your sewing skill and work on basics like reading a pattern and hemming accurately.
The above pictures are the women's sized sample in the shop, there is a girl sized sample at Bolt as well, and you can see more pictures of Amy Butler's Sun and Surf halters here.
This class is offered Tuesday evenings, August 4th and 11th, from 6:30 to 8:30.