Baby Girl Frock Pattern - Printed Fabric


baby girl frock pattern

I love getting frocks stitched for my daughter. But there are two issues with that - scarcity of good tailors in Bangalore and good fabric. But this has not stopped me from hoarding fabric whenever I visit my favorite shop in my native - pulpel textiles.

I have no words to describe the kind of textiles available there - from curtain fabric to kalamkari fabric. All of them are available at a reasonable price and I have never been disappointed with the quality of the products ever since I can remember.

When I was in Kerala during Onam vacation, I went fabric shopping and I managed to purchase few items. Actually I was bit disappointed that the shop was too crowded to shop at your own pace. A kerala set mundu for thiruvathira, fabrics for a quilt for my daughter and upholstery fabric for our sofa was few items I purchased.

This blue printed fabric is one of the fabric that I purchased for stitching a dress for C. I also purchased an extra meter for stitching a blouse. The fabric was handed over to my regular tailor in my native and this is what she has done.
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baby girl frock pattern

The tailor added the pink fabric and the piping as per her liking and I just loved the outcome. I have not got time to get my blouse stitched. I will post a picture whenever that is done.

I would have preferred a bit more length for the dress. But that is not much of a problem because she has left adequate fabric in the lower seam to lengthen the dress. I plan to do it some day soon.

Now let us talk about the cost. The fabric was purchased at Rs 72/meter. This dress required 1.5 metre and the stitching charge was 200 bucks. So approx cost of this dress is 310 INR. Isn't it well worth the price?

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