Little Bunny Phoebe

“Little Bunny Foo Foo Phoebe Hopping Through the Forest….”

IMG_1009Pattern: Phoebe Dress by Colette Patterns
Fabric: Radiant Girl by Lecien Fabrics
Year: 2016
Notions: thread, zipper, buttons, interfacing
Time to complete: One day to cut, one day to make
First worn: By my granddaughter in February
Wear again? Yes, this will go to a trade show and then come back to me.
Where to shop: Google Radiant Girl by Lecien Fabrics to find a store that carries it.

IMG_1020This is one of several samples I’ve made this month for Lecien Fabrics using the Radiant Girl line of 100% high quality cotton fabric made in Japan.

IMG_1014For this look, I used the new pattern Phoebe by Colette. I selected a bunny print on black and a coordinating plaid for the lining. I made a size 6 which was perfect for my teen granddaughter. She really likes the dress and I will give it to her when it returns from the Spring Quilt Market.

IMG_1018Lecien fabrics will have a booth and feature my samples along with other Radiant Girl items. I am honored to be chosen to sew samples for them. Last year I made 7 shirts for the Japanese executives that attended the International Quilt Market in Texas.  You can visit my post about the shirts here.IMG_1767The new Phoebe was an easy dress to make. The instructions we clear and straightforward. There is even a sew-along for the Phoebe if you need explicit directions. Colette does an excellent job explaining how to fit and sew both versions of the dress.IMG_1053I opted for version 1 with the button up front. I did not make buttonholes, but sewed eight large red buttons, instead of 10, to the front. IMG_1045While Colette has you line the bodice, the skirt is not lined. I chose to line the skirt since I was using quilting cotton and I wanted it to have good body and a finished look. I actually attached the lining right sides together along the hem line and then stitched the two layers to the bodice.IMG_1031My other samples from the Radiant Girl line are a skirt using Lekala Pattern 4381Lekala skirt and running shorts and top using McCall 6848IMG_1062

Happy Sewing!

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About SeamQueen

Seamstress, Sewist, Artist, Fashionista, Quilter, Upcycler, Textile Obsessed!
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7 Responses to Little Bunny Phoebe

  1. vintage51 says:

    Reblogged this on vintagethrifter51.com and commented:
    Love the dress and the print. You sew amazing the most amazing things..and the fabrics are to die for. Cheers, Michele

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Adorable granddaughter! She rocks those bunnies. And I love the shirts, and the pink skirt has such interesting pockets. Very nice makes, each and every one.

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  3. Lovely dress, great fabric, beautiful model!

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  4. I love this fabric and your granddaughter models the dress so well. No wonder she wants it back! 🙂

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