Georgia Vintage Dress: Testers, Part 2

Yesterday I shared the first round of Georgia Vintage Dress testers with you and today I’m back to share with you another great group of testers. All of these dresses were created from the Georgia Vintage Dress pattern by The Cottage Mama which can be found here.

This dress was made by Ellen Balzer ( who sewed View C of the Georgia Vintage Dress. This is the sleeveless variation that lends a more modern feel to the dress. She selected this gorgeous, bold print that works so beautiful on her little girl.

Here we have Miss Eliza wearing her dress made by her mama, Michelle from Handmade Martini. Michelle and I met when she took a class from me at the Martha Pullen School of Art Fashion. I absolutely adore the fabric pairing and placement on this little dress. She actually just opened her Etsy shop and is selling some adorable new children’s clothes. You can check out her shop here.

Here is a lovely version of the Georgia Vintage Dress by Trisha Parker ( The colors and patterns used in this dress are some of my favorite and the pink piping and buttons bring the entire look together. Her daughter looks so precious in this look.

I adore this dress on a baby girl……it’s just so sweet! This dress was made by Courtney Davis from Sweeter Than Cupcakes. The soft colors and light pink baby pom-pom trim make this a perfect dress for one of our smaller little ladies.

Both the baby and little girl (pictured above) were created by Cindy Nooner. These dresses just melted my heart. The darling apple applique on the bodice is simply perfect and it’s made from the ‘Apple of My Eye‘ fabric line from Riley Blake Designs. Such sweet perfection.

This beautiful red and white dress was created by Karen Evanoff ( She used rick-rack trim in place of the piping and created rick-rack flowers with buttons in the center down the front. These colors are just perfect for summer!

And finally, I’ll leave you with one of our tiniest little testers. This dress was created by Danae from Head over Heels and looks so sweet on this adorable baby girl. The mixing and matching of eyelet fabric and woven cotton and the addition of pearl buttons makes this dress perfect for a tiny little princess!

So I’ll stop there, but will you believe me when I tell you that wasn’t even all the testers? There were just too many to share, but they all did such a fantastic job and I couldn’t be more proud of their creations!

Do you want to create your very own Georgia Vintage Dress? If so, you can find the pattern HERE.

Next week, I’ll be releasing my second pattern in this summer collection and I can’t wait to share with you! And check back tomorrow because we have a really great fabric giveaway coming up from one of our lovely blog sponsors.

Have a great day!

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  1. Another wonderful group of dresses!

  2. A dress with Amy Butler is the best dress!!!

  3. Oh my! They look amazing!! 🙂 🙂