Flip this Pattern Tinny

I know I’ve mentioned how much I love Flip this Pattern, right?  Well, I’ve sewn along again.  This time it was the Tinny Dress from straight grain.

Tinny Dress Flip
Flip This Pattern

I didn’t’ do anything terribly exciting with the pattern this time.  There are so many options with the pattern (three collars, two sleeve cuffs and three skirt options!) that I couldn’t think of anything I’d actually change.  I did add a belt and side seam pockets, though.

Tinny Dress Flip

I really enjoyed this pattern.  It sewed up quickly, but it doesn’t skimp on detail at all.  It looks professional and the fit is spot on.  The instructions were clear and I love that the pattern came with a print key so that I could print just the pieces I wanted from the pattern.  Perfection!

The fabric I chose for this was Nordika by Jeni Baker and a coordinating print.  I’ve had my eye on this fabric for a while and I was just waiting for the right pattern to put it with.  Tinny seemed like a match made in heaven.

Tinny Dress Flip
I used the beautiful tulip cuffs and the open collar.
Tinny Dress Flip
I added a belt and tied a small bow on the side.
Tinny Dress Flip
and I also added hidden side pockets in the same coordinating fabric.  Now Miss can carry her treasures with her.  Usually Littlest Pet Shop or coins she’s found laying around.
Tinny Dress Flip
Tinny Dress Flip
As usual, you can click on any image and view them full size in my flickr account.
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