The task is to use the pattern and make a design of your own. Here is my take on the pattern.
While browsing through a local fabric store a while ago I came upon a table that had a sigh "Sample Fabrics". There was a large piece of fabric with the prettiest print. It almost look like a watercolor painting.
I touched it and it was the softest thing ever. It draped beautifully, and also had a subtle shimmer to it. Love. There was just enough fabric to eke out a dress for Ania. And I really like how it turned out.
Even though it was a nightmare to work with. The qualities that attracted me to the fabric drove me absolutely crazy. It slipped, and stretched every possible direction. It warped and I was ready to take my scissors and cut the whole thing into million pieces. Instead, I persevered.
I used a zipper in the back. I also decided to make a bubble skirt. I really like how it drapes so softly.
I like how the skirt is not too puffy. It is fancy enough to wear to a party, but also simple enough to play.
I asked Ania if she liked her new dress. "Of course, you worked so hard on it", she replied. She loved to model.
That's how you do it. :)