For the class, we were taught how to make a reversible child's dress. It was fun and I learned a lot, but more importantly, it whet my appetite for sewing!
Since my first quilt, this is probably one of my favorite projects. It's a really easy pattern that involves a piece of elastic around the neck. It's how you finish the top of the front, back, and sleeves, making it super easy to complete. (The pattern calls for elastic in the arms, too, but I like them fluttery... and it's easier this way.)
Esther likes this one because it's comfy. It's her first nightgown. Sometimes when I check in on her at night, it is tangled up around her chest (she is a shifty sleeper!), but I tug it down and she doesn't seem to notice.
Here it is in person, one night while Esther was doing my hair before bed:
Here's the pattern: Simplicity 5695