A Beautiful Matinée Dress

I’m so excited to share this dress that I’m posting on a Saturday!  I was lucky to be chosen as a tester for the very first Jennuine Design pattern.  The Matinée dress is absolutely adorable.  I just love the plunging back and souricette 2 loves her new dress.  I also have to say that Jenn is a dream to work with.  She is very involved with her testers in the Facebook group and responds to questions at the speed of light.  When I had a question about the bodice, I posted a picture to Instagram and I had an answer within the hour.  I really hope I get picked again to work with her!

And now, pictures!  The girls wanted to play outside so I had to run around after them to try to get good pictures.  They aren’t as good as I’d like but they’re decent.  I’m realizing that neither of my girls is a fan of after school photo shoots…

 

Creative mommy at home to two wonderful little girls, trying to juggle family, sewing, exercise, family, knitting, photography, and did I mention family?

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2 comments on “A Beautiful Matinée Dress
  1. […] I couldn’t wait to show off my first Matinée dress, I decided to make a Matinée peplum top for the tester tour.  Besides, I wanted to try out the […]

  2. […] of them.  It makes me happy, feeling like I contributed my teeny tiny drop to their success.  (So many links to put […]

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