Friday, May 25, 2018

Butterick 6330 - Maxi Dress

Butterick 6330 Maxi dress in rayon jersey from Style Maker Fabrics.

One thing Me Made May has shown me, I need more maxi dresses, you know those easy to throw on dresses but still look chic and stylish.  I have one that is my go-to dress and decided to make another one from the same pattern.


I went with Butterick 6330 again (here is the first one) and I went with a 
Style Maker Fabrics' Rayon Jersey, I bought it a few months ago, so not sure of the color.

Butterick 6330 Maxi dress in rayon jersey from Style Maker Fabrics.


I added length as on my stripe dress and it is just long enough for flat sandals, which is fine with me.
Butterick 6330 Maxi dress in rayon jersey from Style Maker Fabrics.

My only change was to make the elastic a bit tighter, it really is loose on my other dress.  Yes, I should fix it but I tend not to do that after a project is completed and with that dress a belt fixes the problem.

Butterick 6330 Maxi dress in rayon jersey from Style Maker Fabrics.

I did have to go shopping for a belt for this dress, I didn't have any in my closet  that worked.  I am not sure this is the best option but as you can see it  needs a belt!



Butterick 6330 Maxi dress in rayon jersey from Style Maker Fabrics.


Just a little blah without the belt.

Do you have a favorite go-to Maxi Dress pattern?



11 comments:

  1. Lovely dress! It's amazing what a difference a belt makes!

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    1. I so agree, Kathleen! Thanks

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  2. Wonderful dress! It looks very good on you! Why are belts so hard to locate?

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    1. Thanks, Darla, I really like this pattern. I found this one at Wal-Mart, only place to find one quickly by me.

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  3. Really nice Lori. Your dress looks so cool and comfortable. Love it with your belt.

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    1. Thanks, Faye, the belt makes so much difference.

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  4. I love this dress on you. So flattering. Thank you for sharing!

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