Since its first release in 2012, the Bleuet pattern has been used to create many wonderful dresses, many of which you can find on social media using the hashtag #DDbleuet. But today we’re looking especially at the 2017 version, thanks to our talented reviewers!
Atelier Svila (review) sewed a modern and minimalist version A which stands out in this dreamy Santorinian background.
Bleuet #1 fan Miss Lavelli (review) made such a lovely retro version B – and check out her pattern matching!
Wanderstitch (review) mixed version A and B of the dress, and edged it up in an Alexander Henry fabric associated with leather details – we’re crazy about it!
Our pattern testers have worked with us closely while we were developing the pattern, and provided feedback on the construction and fit. The projects we present are final test versions that are almost equivalent to the final pattern!
Our reviewers did not take part in pattern testing, and so did not provide feedback during the design phase, but have received the finished pattern in exchange for a blog post. The opinions they express on their blogs (which we recommend visiting!) are their own, and we have encouraged honest and constructive criticism!