I have such fantastic testers and I was eagerly anticipating sharing their amazing Crossroads Dress inspiration looks with you, but I’ve been so focused on getting the Sash Swimsuit pattern out for release, that I just realized I overlooked sharing! Well, today is the day!
This blue dress was one of the very first versions I made for my girl and it was well loved this spring. The fabric is so soft and the fit was perfect on her. I’m crossing my fingers it’ll fit great as a tunic in the fall!
Zoe hit it out of the park yet again with this little number for her girl. The subtle colors at first appear subdued, but really help that crossroads feature shine. Read the full post at Soul Fed On a Thread.
I can’t get this version from Kate out of my head. Those stripes are amazing and who would guess that those little pink guys are dinosaurs when you first glance? All the details found on Needles To Say.
Tiffany jumped in as a list minute tester when I reached out to SewingPorfolios.com for a few more final testers and I’m so glad she did. This fabric makes the View G Dress shine. More details over on TipStitched.
Another View G, this time in the tunic length was sewn by Tania. Isn’t that fabric fab? Read more about her testing experience on Kreatita.
Lisa is a “real life” friend that lives nearby and it’s always so fun to see what fabrics she picks out for her girl. This print mixing is just perfect. Read more on Sewing Life Together.
Don’t the colors in this dress sewn by Lesley make you want to smile? So bright and summery, I love it. Check out the details over on Frullemieke.
Last, but never least is Gina with this stunning solid color crossroads view. This was one of the very first test versions and I’m still obsessed with how great it looks in one color for the crossroads. See more pics over on Penny Sew Vintage.
Thanks again to ALL my testers who made the Crossroads Dress such a fun pattern. And now……realeasing tomorrow is the release of the Sash Swimsuit so hold onto your (sun)hats!!