As a girl growing up in the early 60’s I lived in dresses and skirts. But as a girl living in the country with almost all boys to play with, it was nothing to climb 40 foot cedar and fir trees, jump on a horse (bareback of course) and wade through the creeks catching crawdads in those dresses. I was such a tomboy and all my clothes took a beating. I was always tearing out the waistbands and arms of my dresses. This is a 1960's influenced school dress that my mother made for me and my sisters. With a slightly dropped contrasting waist and skirt bands and slightly gathered tulip sleeves it was designed for a tom girl like myself, the freedom of movement making it easy for my mom to fix any torn out waistbands..
Recommended Fabrics: Cottons and cotton blends
-Bodice, sleeves and skirt: - ¼ yard
-Contrasting Waistband and skirt band – 6” x 16”
-Bodice Lining – 6” x 16”
-Hook and loop tape
Skill Level: Advanced Beginner/Intermediate
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