Out and About Dress: Strawberry Fields Forever…

Ok, y’all. This is the last post like this on the Out and About dress for a while- I will let you breathe 🙂  But I wanted to say THANK YOU! The response I’ve gotten from the release of my first pattern has been unreal. I serisouly get giddy every time my email dings that I’ve made another sale. Thank you for that. I CANNOT WAIT to start seeing all of your lovely creations. Please use the hashtag #OutandAboutDress on Instagram or upload pics to our Flickr Pool when your’e finessed sewing your dresses. And AS ALWAYS, please feel free to email me with any questions you may have. I appreciate all of you!

—->Purchase the Out and About Dress pattern HERE <—-

Strawberry Fields Forever Out and About Dress | Handmade Fashion | SewCarolineStrawberry Fields Forever Out and About Dress | Handmade Fashion | SewCaroline Strawberry Fields Forever Out and About Dress | Handmade Fashion | SewCaroline Strawberry Fields Forever Out and About Dress | Handmade Fashion | SewCaroline

Fabric from Hawthorne Threads — Heather Ross, Briar Rose

This is probably one of my favorite Out and About dresses I’ve made. I wore it to the Cricut Launch and had so many compliments. I was a bit nervous to wear it, i have to admit, because it has STRAWBERRIES on it… I mean, how childish can it get? BUT, I love the print and decided to go with it & I am so glad I did.

Dontcha think you need to sew an Out and About dress this lovely Sunday afternoon?!


6 thoughts on “Out and About Dress: Strawberry Fields Forever…

  1. I am so in love with this dress and fabric that I may completely copy it! 🙂 (I spotted this fabric online a while ago..haven’t purchased it yet, but now I can’t resist). I’ve been following your blog for awhile and I am really excited about your Out and About dress. It looks awesome and I will definitely be making one (or several) for myself!

  2. I like these strawberries and don’t think they’re childish at all. 🙂 I have this pattern at the top of my list of patterns to buy when I have money (that’s the hard part). It looks so flattering and easy to just throw on and wear – the kind of dress I need to make TONS of.

  3. I love this version! Not childish–super cute! Do you have any recommendations on getting the perfect neckline? I’ve made two versions of this dress, and so for that has been my biggest struggle with both–I get little puckers. I’m wearing them, but I know that I will probably take out the neckline and retry down the line.

    1. Victoria–I have a bit of puckering on my neckline as well (neck band specifically). This is my first time sewing with knits and making a garment though so I assumed it was me… Regardless I am in LOVE with this pattern and can not wait to try again! Practice makes perfect. 🙂

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