My Design: The Jaime dress

Hello everyone! I hope you’re having a wonderful day. The weekend is underway and I got so much sewing prep done for my future sewing projects. One of my best project is a design that I worked on this past week for my daughter. I call it the “Jaime dress.” It is a halter dress with tie shoulder straps and pull strings encased in the waist of the dress.

I used a honeycomb printed cotton. For some reason though, whenever I look at the dress, I crave candy corn πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹. I also lined the dress with cotton broadcloth to give it a clean finished look. 

I am happy to say that she loves the dress, and I had to beg her to take it off so that I can wash it πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚. 

Published by FaithStJules

I was born in Jamaica and raised in the South. I guess you can call me a Southern Islander. I am a wife, mom, and sewist/DIYer. I rarely purchase clothing anymore, because I like the ability to pick my own fabric and personalize my clothing to fit my shape, personality, and style. My style is comfy chic, because no matter what I wear, it has to be chic, but comfortable. Sewing has not just been about creating garments, but it has been a source of healing for me.

4 thoughts on “My Design: The Jaime dress

  1. Thank you are doing such a beautiful job. There many people in the world that do not take advantage of their god-given talents I’m so happy that you are taking advantage of yours. Cannot wait to see your future collection!

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