This fabric with all the falling rainbow Pixie Stix just screams "make me into a cute dress" - I love fabrics that have great details you can place along a bottom hemline! I bought two yards of this and was shockingly able to make it stretch into two dresses.
For my oldest daughter, I used my favorite Carla C Simply Sweet dress pattern in a size 6. I used some scraps of eyelet to make the ruffled straps, and more stash finds for the pink sash and the petticoat with the orange and pink bottom ruffle.
Even though the dress for little sis was going to be the same focus fabric, I still wanted her dress to be unique, so I bought the Tye Die Diva's Daydreamer dress pattern and made it in a 3T size with difference colors for the sash and bottom ruffle.
Similar but different enough to stand out!
I've also had the strawberry prints from Heather Ross's Briar Rose line for ages and had bought them specifically for kids clothing. I made another Daydreamer dress in a 6/7 size with a few alterations. I added a lining to the skirt and the bodice and omitted the bottom ruffle to let the strawberries shine.
All of these dresses tie in the back and the bodices are generously sized, so I might even get two summers of wear out of each! I forgot how satisfying it is to begin and end a project in a single day. Maybe all the practice I'm getting out of these children's clothing pieces means that I should get back onto finishing something for myself?