I made this dress for my three old old niece who is going through a pink stage at the moment. When she and I discussed this dress, her answer to all my questions was pink. She's so cute that I figured I'd give her what she wanted.
I added an underskirt so my sister wouldn't always have to put a slip on her when she wears it, the pink fabric is cotton/poly two dollar stuff from joann's and is kinda thin. Here's a picture with the underskirt showing.http://members.cox.net/bsalgat/Pink%20Dress%20Underskirt
The edges are all finished with bias tape. I used my bias binder foot, which I highly recomend getting. They're awesome. Using bias tape made the hem really easy. I'd usually hesitate to make a pattern with a circular skirt, but not having to hem it traditionally was a super awesome timesaver. The underskirt was hemmed with a rolled edge on the serger.http://members.cox.net/bsalgat/Pink%20Dress%20Embroidery
The embroidery is just backstitch with three strands of dmc cotton embroidery floss. I got the design from a coloring page I found through google, and used my heat transfer pencil to trace it, then ironed it on. I did the embroidery after I cut out the bodice, but before I starting construction. That way the lining of the bodice will protect the back side of the stitching.
Well, that's about all, hope you enjoyed looking!