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Casey’s Sweet Tea dress

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sweet tea dress

Just look at this gorgeous version of Parfait that Casey made out of two pillowcases! This lady just continually amazes me.

casey wearing the dress

Check out her post on this gorgeous dress.

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Casey elegantmusings.com

Aw… thank you ever so much for posting this, Sarai! :) It was another fantastic pattern to work with! I am definitely thinking of making another later in the season–I wore this yesterday and got a ton of compliments on the style of the dress!

Beth craftmaticbeth.blogspot.com

This lady just continually amazes me.

I Know! I saw this dress yesterday and loved it… and then stared at my computer agape when I read that she made it from pillowcases. It takes a real talent to see a flower print pillowcase in a thrift store and see its real potential. Inspirational, Casey!

Beth

karen ball didyoumakethat.wordpress.com

Oh my gosh. It really suits a flower print, doesn’t it?

M thelazymilliner.blogspot.com

Pretty dress…the trim on the hem was a brilliant idea.

Tasia sewaholic.net

Absolutely beautiful! Can’t believe it’s made out of pillowcases. What a brilliant way to refashion something old into something new and have it look totally fresh. Lovely work, Casey!

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