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The Nore dress… or nightgown?

By 19/04/2017Blog

The Nore pattern is a versatile one. I think after seeing these posts, you can’t ignore that anymore… After the test, I all of the sudden realised that the pattern is perfect to sew a quick nightgown. Especially when you select a cute striped fabric (while adding this link I see that the fabric is for sales!!!) You’ve seen this combination before, but I liked it so much that I used the left overs for this project.

This Nore dress is the most basic option. It’s ready in about 1 hour…. if you don’t have to match all the stripes like I did. Or shall I say: mismatch. I wanted to use this super soft Nosh fabric in a creative way. Mismatching the fabric makes it just a little bit more special. All you have to do is cut the pattern with seam allowance at the centre front and back.

I could have photographed this one with a golden cardigan and sandals, but I choose to use our bathroom as a location. This Nore can be worn as a dress or as a nightgown if you ask me. Nore didn’t take if of anymore after yesterday’s photoshoot… till this morning. So you know what she decided!

On the picture you see Nore with her one of my old teddy bears, Frisé. I think this one it about 25 years old. Even maybe a bit older. Actually it’s from Lisa but I thought it would be nice to use him for the photoshoot…

I would like to say a special THANKS to Nosh organics as they sponsored all the fabrics for the pattern launch. I love the fabrics and I hope you do too. I’ll give away 5 vouchers after the launch. Each worth 55euro! That’s 275euro in total. Can you imagine? I think it’s so generous of Nosh. Thanks a lot!

And if you ever wonder how I get Nore & Lisa to cooperate so well during my photoshoot, I’ll share some of tips soon with you. One of my tricks is to let Nore & Lisa do things they are not allowed to do. Like climbing in a laundry basket. (It’s handmade too by the way.) Can you imagine the beautiful smiles after she climbed out again? That really does the trick!

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