This dress is View B, in a size 7. The pattern also includes leggings, a vest, and a blouse.
Little Miss Princess (soon to be known as "Drama Queen"), picked out the fabric a few trips to Joann's ago. It's a nice cotton twill, and the perfect weight for this dress (especially for winter). I'm not surprised that is roomier than the "cartoon" picture on the envelope, but that's fine since it extends the life of the garment!
Not a lot to tell, it was pretty straight-forward easy to make. I've finally overcome my fear of collars, so it went together quickly. As I was cutting the fabric, it occurred to me that she will prefer the sleeves always rolled up, and that there was no need to install the regular cuff closure. So, I left it off, serged the edge, and turned up and extra deep amount. I folded over the cuff (to make it look rolled-up), and stitched the sleeve seam closed that way. Faster construction and easier for her to dress herself is a win-win in my book!
The belt was purchased at Meijer for a different outfit, and the headband we made months ago is a perfect match, too. She likes it belted (so do I), and mentioned that she will wear tights or leggings with it. This dress will get worn lots, so I may make it again, since it was a great project!