Every year I’m a little sad when the last sundress is posted and June comes to a close, and this year is no different. But looking back at the past month, can you believe that FIFTY ways to sew sundresses have been shared?!! It’s been an amazing month and quite frankly, I don’t know how I’m going to top this next year.
A special thanks to all my guests this year, and my family. Not only do you see my niece and both sisters-in-law in some of the posts below, my husband and sons also went on many (sometimes failed!) photoshoots with me to take pictures of these dresses.
Until next year, keep sundressing!
Thanks for such a great series! I know the logistics of assembling everything is a ton! You’ve done an incredible amount of work and I’m leaving with a great deal of inspiration for summer sewing–a season that I try to pretend does not exist due to my lack of love for heat!
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I am blown away by all the awesomeness. I want to make all of these!
I loved seeing new dresses every day! I do love this series. Thanks Melly!
thanks for having me!! ive pinned this and cant wait to try many of these!!
I love your web site. I’ve learned so much. I’m an XXL and I figured how to make a skirt with your directions. I even altered the elastic to a wider band for comfort. I’d really really like to make your Marigold dress,like your sister’s. Please do an XXL on the pattern. I think I could almost figure it out from your teachings on enlarging patterns, but I don’t trust myself yet.I love the high neck bouncy skirt with pockets.I promise to take a picture when I’m done! Thank you so much for all the work you do to give us this knowledge. Bonnie
Now if it would just get warm enough up here in the Rocky Mountains, I’d make a dozen. Thank you so much for your efforts. I know how to knit a sweater or maybe a new jacket. You’re a very thoughtful lady.
Thank you! I need this! Where do you live if June is the end of your summer season? I live in Northern California and it just hit 115 degrees outside in September.