This is my oldest granddaughter, and she's modeling Butterick 3714, made of pink satin Casa fabric from JoAnn's, fully lined. I haven't reviewed it yet on pattern review, but I need to, as this is the third time I've made this dress, and I love it.
The bodice and sleeves are overlaid with matching pink sparkly organza
It's a pretty good dress for twirling.
The lining supports a tulle ruffle that helps the dress stand out away from the body.
I made two of these dresses, both size ten, but one for each of two very differently-shaped young ladies. For this one, I did the size ten for the length, but cut the size eight for the width, and it is still a little loose on her. For the other, I took some length out of the bodice and the skirt, but added width to the waistline. When I get a picture of the other girl modeling hers, I'll post it as well. Between the satin, the lining, the organza overlay, and the tulle, each dress probably took, oh, about six yards of fabric.
Wow! I hadn't stopped to realize how much fabric each dress takes. Oh, my.
Stay tuned for the middle-size girls' dresses, to be posted sometime in the next couple of days.