I had this pattern laying around from the summer and it's an old favourite. I had a tank top that fit me really well and I just traced it out on tissue paper and extended the length to make it a dress pattern. It's a really simple process and I will write a future post explaining exactly how it's done.
This dress was made using my Singer ProFinish Serger and my Singer Fashion Mate Sewing Machine. I sewed the lace and the lining as one with this dress as I find I get a much better result.
I added a chunky crochet scarf and a belt in an attempt to make this more fall appropriate. Who says you can't wear white after labour day?
The Lace was $6.65
White knit lining was $4.50
This dress took me about 40 minutes from start to finish and the final cost of the dress was $11.15