Turn one right side out and put it inside the other piece. Pin sides together, leaving a gap on one side to turn.
Sew it, turn it then find the gap you left and carefully stitch the hole.
You can barely see the stitch on the side seam. This is not a detailed tutorial, but there are tons on pinterest and youtube.
Add buttons and button holes and voila! I used fusible webbing to make the crosses and ironed them to the dress to look like Ruby. I think it is a pretty good match to the character.
I bought a purple t-shirt for underneath. My model doesn't cooperate with me when I want to take a picture.
I put on a headband with rabbit ears and she's the cutest bunny ever.
The dessert table featured a yellow cake with pink vanilla frosting and sprinkles, just like the one Ruby made for her party. I made butter cream icing frozen transfers for the Max and Ruby characters on the cake. For variety, I made chocolate cupcakes with fudge frosting and added "worms" and "dirt," just like Max's cake. Not pictured is the "rabbit food" veggie tray and fruit plate. Having this party near easter made it easy to find lot of rabbit themed stuff like carrot bubble necklaces for the goody bags. It was a fantastic party!