By using two fabrics instead of one, Rose can look like a different dress altogether!
On the right, this version of Rose pairs a white pique yoke with a printed quilting cotton. Gray is a popular color this season, and the geometric print emphasizes the clean line of the short sleeve, finished with white piping. Five decorative red buttons spaced on the yoke add a pop of color. (Instead of the buttons, we also considered a small ribbon bow tacked on where the center button is.)
Different combinations of solids and prints, together with the many different embellishments possible on this yoke, make Rose a pattern with almost endless variety. In addition, Rose can also be shortened to a below-the-hip tunic length for wearing with jeans or leggings. Fabric requirements and cutting line for tunic length are included in the pattern. This is definitely a pattern that you will use more than once!