I recently found some fabric at Joann that appealed to me for a number of reasons. First, the background is black, next the flowers are red, purple, and gold (the first two being favorites of mine), and finally the floral pattern is pretty but not overly feminine or too fussy. I also knew that the pattern was small enough that it would work well for a Blythe dress. So here it is, the Rosey Dress for Blythe:
I added two red buttons on the bodice, which is lined with an olive green fabric that matches the stems on the flowers. I just bought a pair of used camo sneakers, which I think go nicely with this dress in a 90s riot grrrl sort of way.
In the picture above you can also see that Dahlia is admiring a painting, which I received in a snail mail art exchange in which I recently participated. I had no idea they made such tiny canvases and easels (though of course a few days after receiving this I happened to see them on an end-cap at Joann). If I were a painter, I’d make a gallery of Blythe-scale artwork.