Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Chloe's Second Bunny Dress


Once You are real
you can't become unreal again.
It lasts for always.
Margery Williams The Velveteen Rabbit

I seem to have a big desire to see my friend Kaye's little girl, Chloe, in bunny themed outfits!  I made her first bunny dress 3 years ago (blogged HERE) (which she was able to wear for two years) and recently I made a detachable bunny apron outfit for her (blogged HERE).  Each one has been unique and a lot of fun to sew and to see Chloe wear.  This pink dress was made two years ago when Chloe was four.


Dress Pattern:  Simplicity #1208 (Designer: Ruby Jean's Closet).
Dress Fabric:  teddy & bunny print over toile by David Textiles and pink gingham. 
Bunny Pocket Applique':  Adapted from Mary's Patterns "Pet Pocket Jumper", remnants from my fabric and trims stash.

Back loop closure.
The cute bunny hides a pocket behind her skirt!  Lift the arm/bodice flap and you have a place to carry a hankie, candy, or a little toy.  Chloe loved this pocket!


The sleeves on this dress are so sweet!  They have the perfect 'puff', are lined, and tie so that the lining makes a cute little bow knot.


In the Spring a bunny came down the road.
He was going to find a home of his own.
A home for a bunny,
A home of his own,
Under a rock,
Under a stone,
Under a log,
Or under the ground.
Where would a bunny find a home?
A Home for a Bunny by Margaret Wise Brown

2 comments:

  1. Bunnies are always fun, though, aren't they!

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  2. I just love that the bunny hides a pocket! Such a sweet detail! Those sleeves are adorable, too.

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