I am so thankful that Becki from Dobbin's Bobbins responded to my Henry dress tester query a few months back. She is not only hugely creative, but she has a real interest in fashion history, a love of mine as well. Her blog has a great mix of vintage textiles, historical tidbits and expert sewing. She went above and beyond for Kid's Clothes Week this year and made a phenomenal Henry dress.. I predict big things from her!
Our second stop for today's British invasion is Victoria from As it Seams. She caught my eye last year with this lovely version of the Franklin dress. I'm so happy she joined the tour and made this simple and sassy Bedford dress. Can you believe this is an IKEA sheet? Upcycling at its best! I love the added bit of trim to finish off the hem. Victoria always has a great eye for details which is why I keep coming back for more.
Thank you to these two fantastic bloggers for today's stop on the blog tour. Tomorrow is a quick flight to Portugal to see Made by Sara and In a Manner of Sewing. I didn't plan it this way but I like that we're being efficient in our travel. Thanks for following along!
And don't forget the coupon code for the tour: SUMMERFUN15. 20% off everything!