Having a new baby in the house gives me a free pass, right?
For this one I used Simplicity pattern 4949, but I would not recommend it unless your child is shaped like Winnie the Pooh, or you like a LOT of ease in your children's clothing. The bodice was much too short and stout for my tastes and the neckline was much too low. I figured that last one out too late and ended up adding a wide floral trim (made by Simplicity) for a little coverage. (A happy accident. I liked the look of the trim.)
Come to think of it, the skirt was too short too. I mean, I'm okay with a toddler's fairy skirt being on the scant side particularly when it's pretty much a tutu, but even after lengthening the bodice, I still had to add an extra, longer layer on the bottom just to cover, well, her bottom.
Teagan still gets a lot of use out of this costume even though she's starting to outgrow it. It is absolutely essential when she's pretending to be a Fairy Jedi Storm Trooper: