Geranium XP Fall Tour Round, part 2

We’re wrapping up the GXP Fall Tour today! Over the last couple of weeks, I’ve been totally blown away by the amazing dresses that these talented sewists have made using my Geranium Expansion Pack sewing pattern. Take a look at last week’s roundup, or read on for a gathering of this week’s photos and links!

Made By Sara‘s version has an extended bodice, gathered long sleeves, and the collar. Isn’t this rayon print pretty? I love how classic this dress is!

GXP Fall Tour 2017

GXP Fall Tour 2017

Laurence posted her little Liberty twill GXP on her blog, Blanche. She doubled the width of the skirt, which makes for some delightful twirling!

GXP Fall Tour 2017

GXP Fall Tour 2017

Sylvia of Lily & Woody made hers out of a French Terry. Because of the stretchiness of the knit, she could skip the back closure — no buttons or zipper necessary!

GXP Fall Tour 2017

GXP Fall Tour 2017

Delia Creates made hers out of this large-scale green gingham with a contrasting white collar. I love the collar peeking out of the sweatshirt here. And that socks/boots combo!!

GXP Fall Tour 2017

GXP Fall Tour 2017

Meg at Sew Liberated used some leftovers from her stash to put together this gorgeous raw silk and wool flannel Geranium with a neck bow, long sleeves, and hem band. Rustic and fancy! Meg shared some earlier Geraniums on her blog too; check it out!

GXP Fall Tour

GXP Fall Tour

Summer of SevenPretty made such a sweet GXP with long gathered sleeves, a collar, and an invisible zipper. She has a bunch more photos on her Instagram feed.

GXP Fall Tour

Again with the socks!!

GXP Fall Tour

Ready to get sewing? Buy the pattern: Geranium Expansion Pack (if you don’t have the original Geranium dress pattern, use the drop down menu to pick that up too!).

For more great photos, peruse these tags on Instagram: #geraniumxp#gxpfalltour#geraniumdress

Hope you have a great weekend!

One thought on “Geranium XP Fall Tour Round, part 2

  1. Your Children are so Lucky to have a Wonderful Mother to make them Clothes. What I would of given to have a loving Mother like you. My Mother died when I was 7 years old. When I read your blogs I always thing about my Mother.
    I love to read your blogs.
    Margaret.

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