I used a free pattern I found on Pinterest by The Crafty Cupboard, a simple Reversible Wrap Dress. I picked up a yard of this lovely dark green print that reminds me of a fresh meadow (and, would you look at that, it's called Floral Meadow). It's from the Storybook Lane line by Ann Kelle, and I've been waiting for the right project to cut into it for.
I debated which print to use for the side B and turned to Instagram for advice. These were my choices. I ruled out the Tula print quickly, but flip-flopped between the diamonds and scallops...
So instead of making a decision, I headed to Mokuba to pick up some lace for the edging and ribbon to tie the wrap. If you've never been to Mokuba, you have to check it out next time you're in Toronto. It's ribbon heaven. The pattern calls for ric-rac, but I've never been a huge fan and thought lace would be be prettier. I was right!
This is why I learned to sew; so I could make adorable, itsy-bitsy, teeny-weeny, sweet little dresses!