I just bought two of these curtain panels from Target. They are going to be a dress. Seriously, I'm not even kidding. Two panels should be about four yards @ 44" wide. I would have purchased three, but that's a little pricey. What with shipping and all it's about $10/yard, but I don't care, my jones for alphabet-print fabric in perfect colorways knows no bounds.
Supposedly this is a nursery pattern, but again, see me with the not-caring. What's the downside of making a dress from this? Small children will find me strangely comforting?
There's a really lovely pink kind of cattail-ish print, as well, that would be just as nice for a grown-up girl (or retro boy) as it is for an infant.
I draw the line, though, at transforming the changing-table cover into a hat.
[Oh, and while I'm thinking about it — you might have seen my name on an article in the latest CRAFT: magazine, about turning a tablecloth into a circle skirt … many thanks to Arwen who liked the idea!]