12/12/15

Holiday Debut Blog Tour


I'm excited to be a part in the Holiday Debut Blog Tour! This was put together by Hello Holli, Chalk & Notch, and The Wolf & the Tree to debut each of their very first patterns. 


I got to test Holli's Blue Ridge Dress during the summer and have already made a handful of them. This pattern is adorable and will be used even more when her sleeve add-on comes out! 
(No date given on this, but I'm excited! If you can't wait, make sure to check out Free Notion's tutorial on how she added sleeves to her Blue Ridge dress!)


I've been holding on to this stretch plaid woven for probably forever. I don't even remember when I bought it. I knew it had to be used for the perfect dress though and nothing felt right until this! I did put in an invisible zipper instead of doing a button-back closure or ties. I love zippers, so it had to be done!


We paired the dress with The Wolf & the Tree's Abby's Footed Tights. I didn't realize tights would be such a big hit! As soon as she had them on, the other two girls (along with the 3 year old boy) were all asking for some too.


The last pattern being highlighted on this tour is the Fishtail Kimono by Chalk & Notch. I have big plans for this pattern and cannot wait to finish my version! Oh, and I am dying for her next pattern, the Top Knot Romper to come out. It looks like it will be absolutely adorable!

Today is also the last day to get all three patterns 20% off using the code: HOLIDAY


Now onto the fun part! There's an AMAZING giveaway going on for this tour. 
Here's what's up for grabs:


Enter the giveaway and then check out all the other adorable outfits made on this tour!

7 comments:

  1. Loving the plaid, and that little face.

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  2. So pretty! The blue plaid is just perfect for that gorgeous girl of yours. And the zipper is a great idea. Perfect holiday outfit!

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  3. So much love for your plaid version!! I have a pink and red plaid calling to be a Blue Ridge Dress. Thank you for joining us! XO

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  4. I love this dress so much! (Loved your test version, too.) Plaid is always a hit in our house, and yours is so pretty! I need to make a pair of tights, too! Can't wait to see your kimono. :)

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  5. So beautiful!! love the plaid and that piping so much!!

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  6. Stunning casual outfit. This post shows that you have quite nice embroidery sense

    Embroidery Digitizing

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