Zig Zag Pattern Tour: White Linen

If you were following this last installment of Project Run & Play, you may remember this adorable little chevron dress below from See Kate Sew.  I loved the sweet vintage innocence of it.
So when she asked if I would be interested in making my own version I was excited to try it.
I made my version in a simple white linen with orange and white chevron buttons.
I loved this white linen. Not too heavy but not too see through, either. You can find it here at Low Price Fabric. The orange chevron buttons were also from Low Price fabric and you can find them here.

We took these photos at the old Methodist church near our home.
They recently had the best rummage sale and I got a colorful granny square afghan and a beautiful pieced quilt for eight bucks.
I love white linen. So simple but so classic.
Such a beautiful country day!
The pattern is very simple to sew and the directions are well written and photographed. I think a beginner could tackle this project with success.
It actually took me about three hours to make including cutting. I used my serger to sew most of it.
I also made this cute little white linen flower hair pin with a linen scrap. It’s so easy to make. You just twist the fabric, roll it  up, and glue gun it to a felt piece.
The church is surrounded by farms. Sometimes I can’t believe this place is only an hour from LA!
I love this dress! The shoes are just my favorite. Would you believe we bought them at K mart? The fabric looks like Liberty of London.
Thank you for stopping by! If you would like to try the Zig Zag pattern, you can find it at See Kate Sew.

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Comments

  1. Gorgeous! You have a knack for photography too! Lovin those shoes…do they come in adult sizes?!

  2. So pretty! Love white linen on little girls, they look adorable! and with those buttons you added this is just the perfect dress for a little girl. Great pics too!

  3. I love the way you take photos Justine, you manage to capture the mood perfectly. So wish my kids were more willing to co-operate with me.. I should have trained them better when they were little ;-)

  4. Justine, the white linen is perfect for this pattern. Gigi looks beautiful!

  5. Mie Brindle says:

    That dress is so crazy cute. I voted for it that week. And your photos are beautiful!

  6. what a fun photoshoot! I didn’t notice the buttons in the ig photo you posted, they are so cute! I love gigi’s little giraffe(?), so cute! thanks for sewing this up justine!

  7. Pretty! I think that shape has such a nice, antique feel. Your making me wonder why I ever bother to sew something other than linen.

  8. So very Sweet Justine. I Love linen it has to be one of my favorite fabrics. I also LOVE how you made the dress pop with those adorable buttons :)

  9. Sew Blessed Maw says:

    Absolutely beautiful dress and model.. And what a fantastic mom to make all
    these sweet clothes.. I love that you added the chevron buttons for color..
    Just tooo cute. Happy sewing..
    Love that pattern too.

  10. I love it! I did see the post on See Kate Sew earlier, and I was so happy to see you in the lineup. I have a few linens…and I confess if didn’t know what to do with them. I always see expensive looking lounge pants to wear on some exotic beach…and since there’s no beach here free of red dirt…I was stuck. Now I really want to copy and make a few sweet little dresses! I love the look of the bright buttons against the white. Gorgeous pics too…

  11. Darling dress and great photos!

  12. Wow, it looks wonderful!! It’s beautiful in white and the buttons are the perfect pop. I laughed that you got some zig zag in as well, so appropriate. :)

    I was one of the testers, the baby girl drinking the tea, and it was such a fun pattern. I’ll be making more this summer for sure. :)

    Nice to “meet” you!

  13. Oh…it’s beautiful and chic! Love your fabric choice and zig-zag patterned buttons are cute :)

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