Blue dress with big flutter sleeves

Our girl loves blue and flutter sleeves, so I knew I had to sew another Wylde dress from Stitch upon a time*. I sewed one for our youngest last year and our eldest loved those flutter sleeves. The Wylde top and dress includes short flutter sleeves and long flutter sleeves so I wanted to give the long flutter sleeves a try for our eldest, the bigger the better! For our youngest I sewed the short flutter sleeves.

Although we are still in winter time I thought it would be a good time to start sewing for spring and summer. So here is the first summer dress. It is still a bit long, but she is growing so fast these days!
The bodice of the Wylde top and dress is officially lined. I prefer to just add a neckband in ribbing. For the flutter sleeves and the hem I used a rolled hem again, just like the previous Wylde dress I sewed. I again used a multicolored thread for the hem.
Don’t forget about the BOGO (buy one, get one) deal with the code LOVEYOU.

Fabric: the stripe fabric comes from Nooteboom Textiles.
Pattern: Wylde top and dress by Stitch upon a time
Sizing: 2-12 (also available for adults)
Options: seven sleeve options (plain long and short sleeves, tank option, long and short flutter sleeve, puff sleeve, and a bishop sleeve), crop top, peplum, knee length skirt, and maxi skirt.
Difficulty: Beginner to confident beginner

Items in 2022: 10 
# Fabric this post: 0 in – 2 out (Total fabric in 2022: bought 5 new fabric – used 12 fabric – 10 scrap pieces – 0 gifted fabric) – in total 5 in 12 out and 10 scraps
# Patterns in 2022: 1 in – 1 out

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