I made my 3rd outfit from a pattern in Pattern Revolution's Bundle Up. I made the Lilly Giggle Cecille as a dress. I had never used a Lilly Giggle pattern before and found the instructions to be good and there were tons of options. This pattern uses knit fabric or a combo of knit and woven for the dress. You can make a shirt or a dress. There are also 3 sleeve options (short, 3/4 and long). There is also an option for a sash (waist band) with the dress.
I choose to do the dress version and incorporated knit with woven. This can also be made with all knit. I made short sleeves because in Southern California we really only have about 2 weeks when we can wear long sleeves. For the fabric I used a blue snowflake knit I got on etsy a while back from another seller. I got 1 yard and this is the 3rd thing I have made with it. Knit really goes a long way. For the neckband and sleeve cuffs I just used a solid white I got from Purple Seamstress on Facebook. For the skirt I used Frozen Ice Skating Toss with glitter. Usually I do not like fabrics that have glitter in them. But, I actually like this one. Due to the background color of light blue the glitter does not overtake the fabric but gives it nice sparkle. I have it on sale for $7.99 right now too! For the waistband/sash I used Fairy Frost in Cobalt. This color goes perfect with the color of Anna's dress and breaks up the similar blue colors in the bodice and skirt.
The pattern has instructions to sew the sleeves flat (easiest) or in the round (harder but better finish). I choose to do them in the round. That way there weren't any uncomfortable seams at the cuff and the finish is more professional. If I can find cute snowflake buttons I am going to put them on the sleeve cuffs. She loves this dress and wore it all day today. Even though she is 10 she is still majorly into Frozen.