The final garments in our Pink, Burgundy and Mustard capsule wardrobe are these 2 pink knit dresses. Our toddler wears these two all the time, and with a sweater and leggings, will continue wearing them into fall!
The fabric for this dress was the only fabric I purchased especially for the capsule wardrobe. The rest of the fabrics were from my stash. So it was a splurge, or a reward for sewing so much stashed fabric…but I’m not sure who’s enjoying the fabric more, me or her!
Pattern: Uptown Downtown Dress (We chose this pattern so the kitty-ness could flow uninterrupted down the front of the dress with not waist seam!)
Super soft and a delight to work with, we totally recommend Art Gallery Fabrics for anyone just getting started sewing with knit fabric. And more advanced seamstresses will recognize the quality for sure.
Tina’s favorite thing about this dress (besides the kitties, of course!) are the pockets. She simply adores when her clothes have pockets! She keeps her “phone” in one of them. (She carries around a domino and calls it her phone!)
Apparently it’s very hard to be 2 and have to model pink knit dresses for your Mom all the time! 😉
Overall, I think this pink knit dress might be Tina’s favorite from the whole capsule wardrobe. If you can use number of times worn as an indicator, this kitty dress is a winner for sure!
This is the other pink knit dress from her pink, mustard and burgundy capsule wardrobe.
Pattern: Janie Dress
Fabric: Pink triblend – similar here
We used the burgundy double brushed poly fabric from the capsule to make the sweet little collar for this dress. It’s just the right touch, don’t you think?
I think our little model is tired of this hard work! In actuality, she decided she was scared to stand on the stool (it rocked slightly when she stood on it) and she was worried about falling. Big sister’s hand to the rescue!
These two pink knit dresses are the final garments from the Burgundy, Mustard and Pink capsule wardrobe we sewed for our 2 year old! You can see the whole thing here.
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