Newest Heidi

I'm really pleased with this Heidi (which I have been working on in ten-minute bursts for WEEKS, it's been so busy here). Even though it looks like nothing in the picture:

Heidi_Orange1

It's this lovely heavy cotton with a thin orange stripe. Think a cross between ticking and seersucker. Bought it from Fabric Mart Fabrics, very cheap!

I plan to wear it with a white sweater and an orange watch, or maybe an orange sweater and a white watch, and white penny loafers. And then I will eat a Creamsicle

Here's a closeup of the fabric/pocket: 

Heidi_Orange2

See? Very subtle, for me. Except for it being ORANGE.

I also took some more pictures of previously-constructed Heidi dresses and will try to post some this week. Stay tuned!

 

12 thoughts on “Newest Heidi

  1. Could you take a picture of you actually wearing it? For those of us amateurs who can’t really appreciate just a dress on a hanger. Thanks🙂

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  2. Very nice…and so appropriate for a creamsicle! I just ordered this fabric on Friday, along with a few others at incredible prices🙂 It’s great to see a finished product!

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  3. They are called Dreamsicles where I live. And a sharp jolt of black patent leather, on your feet or with a skinny belt, would make the orange-and-white really sing.

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  4. I second (third?) the motion that we get to see some of these dresses being worn! It’s always so much nicer!

    also, you should be eating the orangesicle, for full effect. 🙂

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  5. I love the subtle creamcycle feel of this dress, but I agree with LynnB, you need contrast, not more of the same. Black patent leather or a darker shade of orange for belt and shoes would be a very nice finish. Also, I can’t believe you didn’t do any orange piping!

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