More Infinite A-line Adorableness

Bonnie & Blithe Patterns, Sewing


Adorableness is a word, right??  I love, LOVE the indie sewing community online because it’s filled with amazingly talented and awesome women who create clothes, run shops, design fabric, blog, mother, work full-time and all sorts of other incredibly time-consuming things.  I’m in awe of them all!

 ana sofia blog tour

Ana Sofia of S is for Sewing, was our second stop on the blog tour and she created this darling all-pink version of the Infinite A-line dress.  I’m smitten!  Ever the girly-girl at heart, I’m a sucker for pink.  I also have a hard time remembering how much I love a good design sewn in a solid or small-scale print.

My first choice in fabrics is a lot like my personality: loud.  🙂


The third post on the tour was a darling gingham number at It’s Taylor Made.  I’m a huge fan of Taylor’s colorful, eclectic style.  In fact, I think it’s about time I just pay her to come decorate my whole house!  Check out that darling pop of yellow on the button she used and her little girl’s cute bow.  I die!


Lastly, my friend Heather rounded out the tour with this amazing hand-embroidered creation!  Can you believe how awesome this is?  I LOVE hand-stitched anything and Heather is a pro at adding a vintage-y feel with her needle and thread.

I am so thrilled and honored that these talented ladies took time to put their spin on the Infinite A-line Dress!  Check out their full posts for all the details.

Plus, stay tuned for the first tutorial on making a variation of the Infinite A-line!  I think you’ll be amazed at how adding a few new design elements completely changes the look of the dress.


You can grab your copy of the pattern HERE.

Thanks for following along!


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