Update: I was awarded a runner up prize! Thankyou so much Tessuti!
Sounds like a fun project.
I bought a couple of meters of both colourways but chose ecru/natural for the dress I had in mind.
I then made the fringe by cutting a wide strip of the jersey, cutting slits and then pulling it so the fabric curled. It looked just like the Sauce dress so I was pretty happy with that.
I attached the fringe by hand sewing in place and then top stitching so the fringe faces away from the centre front.
I am really happy with the way it has turned out. I have more fabric so I might try a top next time with the same fringe technique.
Sauce Fringe Dress from ASOS
Fingers crossed Tessuti will like it too.