It’s all about the kiddos this week! It’s the Daddy-Daughter dance at school tonight, and the girl requested a new dress for the occasion. She was in my fabric room last week and pulled out a galaxy print jersey (that I got aaaages ago from Girl Charlee) as the perfect fabric for her dress. And lo… Read More Doing a Lil’ Laundry
I know that’s a rather dramatic statement, but justified I think. This dress is made from the Desert Rose dress pattern by Caila Made. I really like this pattern — it’s darling and it sews up really well. But I’m not sewing for N until she gets a little older.
I was going to come up with a cutesy name for this post — something like “A-line a la Easter” since this was intended to be N’s Easter dress, but I realized that the name of the pattern already communicated the precise idea I was going for! So why mess with a good thing? According to… Read More A-Line A La Mode Dress
My older two kids, J and N, had the honor of being ring bearer and flower girl in John and Val’s wedding last month, and while J was able to wear his suit from the spring, I did make a new flower girl dress for N:
This little sundress for N was the first garment I finished during the recent Summer 2014 Kids Clothes Week, and it was a huge hit! This is a modified version of the Oliver + S free pattern, the Popover Sundress sewn up in Triflora Perfume voile from Anna Maria Horner’s Loulouthi line. This light, floaty… Read More Pretty in Pink: The (Modified) Popover Sundress