Thursday, September 1, 2011

Game Day Dresses!




































These game day dresses are all made from t-shirts we bought that had our school logo. We cut the t-shirts and attached them to a jersey cotton blend from Jo-Ann Fabrics. The dresses can be made either halter top or tube top style. Our guest designer/model is Ashley!

-Devon & Lauren

17 comments:

  1. Love It! Have fun at the first game. Go Noles!
    Mom

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  2. Are you girls selling these dresses? I'm interested in buying an FSU one! Please let me know, Seasidesmitten@aol.com

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  3. I found these through Pinterest. Big Nole fan here. Love the dresses. So cute!

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  4. Oh my gosh! I want one! How much?

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  5. Love all of your dresses! Don't forget to enter my giveaway this week!! (:

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  6. Thanks for all of the interest you are showing! Unfortunately, right now we are making them for fun as a hobby. We both are going to start out by making some dresses for people that are in Gainesville, or Tallahassee to see how sewing for someone else goes! We will keep you posted if we decide to branch out! Thanks for following our blog! :))

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  7. I love all of your designs, you are so talented!! If ya'll start making and selling any of these dresses please let us know. I would definitely buy a couple!!

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  8. These are so cute! If you sold them, girls would definitely buy them.

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  9. I would LOVE for you to make me a UGA one! How much would you charge?

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  10. Are more of these dresses for sale by any chance or can be made upon order? If so please email at mgbarney@bellsouth.net. Love these! Thank you!

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  11. Hey! I am going to be making one of these during Christmas Break. I wanted to know how you attached these exactly. Let me know please kew16@students.uwf.edu Thanks :) LOVE ALL the designs by the way!!

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  12. I love these, you should definitely sell them!! If you ever decide too please contact me mbailey@autismcenter.org

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  13. We may sell some when we both have some more time over summer, Right before football season! We will let you know. Follow the blog for details to come!

    Katie: when you attach the shirt to the dress it is best to put the skirt piece on a mannequin if you have one. If not, that is ok too, just be patient and pin the shirt evenly around the skirt behind the elastic. Carefully sew with a zig-zag stitch so it can all stretch together!

    Goodluck :)

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  14. What kind of knit did you use for these? You guys are amazing! They look wonderful!

    ~Shannon L.

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  15. thanks! It is just a t-shirt knit! From joAnn fabrics

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  16. I looove these! So cute and comfy looking. I'm definitely going to have to try!

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