We introduced the Betty Ann later in the game to get a jump on spring but look what Jenny did for her daughter Kelsey.
She made a Leighanna peasant and used it beautifully under the Betty Ann. This is sensational for the cooler months. Jenny you’ll have to tell us that sweet fabric on the blouse. Lovely. We will never ever get enough of Jenny’s wonderful work!
Look at some of her amazing work using our patterns and even one she designed herself. Jenny at Sew Pretty Dresses you make my world go round.!
We just love you Jennifer! You make our closets and homes GORGEOUS! And we love the fun you bring to our lives with your awesome ideas in your books!
The Leighanna is the mini ruffle in ivory from rufflefabric.com. It acts like a knit and worked beautifully with the Leighanna. The neckline ruffled up when it was gathered which was a nice surprise as I didn’t know how that was going to work out. I attached the ruffles on top of the sleeves instead of matching wrong sides, sewing and flipping the whole garment and ruffles right side out. Sort of like the ruffle on top of the dress hem in the Cathy pattern.
Jenny is just amazing and always inspires with her joyful heart and sweet daughter!! We are so lucky to have her as a sista!!!!!!