I've been eyeing the Gypsy Dress from Designer Stitch Sewing Patterns for several weeks, because I have a similar store bought dress that I love and have been wanting to recreate for awhile. In fact, I have tried to recreate it twice but it wasn't quite right. So, I was very excited to find a pattern for this dress!
After sewing my Gypsy dress I found several things I love about it. First, it has options! There are four different hem options and two bodice options which means you can sew the same pattern several times and get different results! Second, you can print in layers which saves ink and makes it easier to trace your size. Lastly, my very favorite part of this pattern is the sleeves! This dress has dolman sleeves and they drape so beautifully on my arms. This is definitely a dress that will get a lot of wear this spring!
Brooke sews up the Alyse-Slim Pants by Designer Stitch. With a flattering fit, these pants can be made casual with some fun fabric like Brooke used or more dressy with a solid.
Today Rebecca reviews the Eleni Top Tunic Dress from Designer Stitch a fashionable off the shoulder piece which she sewed in the top length. There is also the option for tunic and maxi length as well several optional add ons to further customize to your style.
Rebecca and Jackie are sharing their fun boho versions of the Gypsy dress by Designer Stitch.
Jessica is sharing her version of the Megan Skirt by Designer Stitch. This color-blocked, A-line skirt pattern is a great wardrobe builder for the summer!
Lisa is sharing her version of the Bridget Top from Designer Stitch
Lisa shares her version of the Pippa Wrap Dress by Designer Stitch