Lucy got her Geranium last month, and after weeks of pleading, Anna got her version.
I won't be winning any styling awards in this post - the dress came straight out of the washing basket and wasn't ironed - I've barely had a chance to take photos since I finished it as it has been on the wear-wash-wear-wash cycle from the minute I snipped the last stray thread.
Which honestly, I consider a bigger success than a fancy photo. She adores it and that makes me very happy.
You can just get a peek at the seam that the interior of the bodice is made from a pale pink solid.
Like Lucy's dress, I used the capped sleeves and pleated skirt options from the pattern. Lucy's neckline had the little notch, but I left Anna's with a rounded neckline. Toni-Maree from Sew Jereli recently made a gorgeous sleeveless version with a gathered skirt - that is why I love this pattern - so many variations!
There was a lot of mucking around during our little photo session!
The weather is cooling down and summer seems to be almost gone. Summer dresses are still de rigeur around here though, and to combat the cool mornings and evenings Anna wears leggings underneath. I think she'll want to wear her dresses well into winter, so I think I better start looking for a good cardigan pattern! Any suggestions?