Hi everyone! We are at the end of July and my amazing team of bloggers has been working on their Lisa & Kimberly dresses. So many beautiful versions have started popping up online and I thought it would be a good idea to share them with you. This will be the first blog post and another one will follow in August with the rest of the team’s makes.
Before I do though, I wanted to remind you that you can get all my patterns 20% OFF until August 4th, 2019, including of course the Lisa and Kimberly dresses.
Next, we have Whitney @tomkatstitcherycarmel. She created a hack of the Lisa by turning it into a peplum top. What a brilliant idea! Whitney used 7 of my patterns to create a module of summer outfits, which you can admire here.
The lovely Jenna @theladywholunches made a STUNNING Lisa in red and she looks so pretty in it! I love the lace detail on the neckline!
Up next we have Jill @jillypopssews who made a Kimberly in a floral cotton. Such a pretty dress and the bow detail at the waist is super cute!
The lovely Ilse created a shorter version of the Lisa dress with the frilly sleeves. She’s looking wonderful in it!
What a genius idea by the talented Bernice @sewbee73! She changed the hem of her Lisa dress into a scalloped hem and I just adore this hack.
You can’t go wrong with a black dress in your wardrobe and Debbie created an amazing version by mashing the Kimberly and Lisa dresses. So very stylish!
Next up we have Kelly with her sleeveless floral Lisa dress. Love the styling and everything about this outfit!
Natalie created the perfect summer dress in a gingham cotton. Very very pretty!!
Srebrenka @silverluna888 made a fabulous Kimberly dress for her and a Lisa top hack for her daughter. She created a heart cut-out detail on the back that is just beautiful!
Last but not least, we have Denise in a wintery version. She combined the Kimberly dress with the long sleeves and the frill sleeve of the Lisa to create this amazing dress. Love it!
Thank you all so much for sharing your beautiful versions! I can’t wait to share part 2 of the roundup next month 🙂
Until then, happy sewing!