This is the Emery pattern by Christine Haynes. I love a fitted bodice with set-in sleeves, and this one fits very well. The little back neck darts really help the fit. As far as alterations go, I pleated the skirt instead of gathering it to fit the bodice. The dress is made from the Kitty Dreams print in Cranberry - the deep dark reds and purples with splashes of lavender and tomato red .... check out the orange bobble trim I found to go with it!
Every single time I sat down to sew, I had a little helper. Every single time. So you know what I did? I sewed her her very own skirt.
I have at least three other dresses with cat prints. As soon as I thought that maybe that was enough, the Catnap collection came into the store... I don't have any other clothes for my cats, although sometimes Rilke wears a necktie.
4) Do you have cats? How many and what are their names? Do they like your cat dress?
I have two cats, named Rilke and Juniper. Rilke is a seven year old boy cat, and he is definitely my familiar. He is a huge snuggly beast. The only time he leaves my side is when I'm sewing and that's when Juniper takes over.
I do a terrible job of that. I do love my Lilly brush!
6) Why should you win the Catnap Dress contest?
you guys are killing me!!!!!!!!!!!
again with the cuteness! thanks for using my pattern and I think you should win based on the cat's wardrobe alone!
I LOVE this!
The cat skirt KILLED ME!
I love your dress, Miranda! Great photos, adorable kitties (that skirt - ha!), and fun answers!
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