Another cute sundress that I made for my little rascals. This time it is a FREE pattern by Liesl Gibbons from Oliver + S. Its called the Popover Sundress and is a great pattern for the beginner seamstress. Did I mention it is free???
This was actually one of the first sundresses I made for the ladies. I like the little touch of whimsy with the rickrack trim.
I did make a change to the pattern by adding two contrasting trims on the bottom. I like how it brings out the colors in the main fabric.
I almost forgot to mention that it comes with a matching Doll Pattern!
This year I decided to embark on a Calendar Project. A What? Every month for the whole year I will do a photo shoot with my girls using each month as a theme guide and at the end of a 12 month period I will have 12 beautiful photos for a calendar to give as a gift at Christmas.
made this cute little version of the Caroline Party Dress for Christmas for Ava this year and soooo had plans to post this for you all to see before Christmas. But seriously, what mom doesn't go completely bonkers during the Holiday season with the thousand things that we are supposed to get done.
Wow, it has been quite around here. I didn't mean to go so long without posting but between a secret sewing project (to be revealed later) and focusing on family, I took a little longer break than usual. So I am happy that I am finally getting around to blogging this scrappy shabby chic strip quilt. This quilt was one of those WIPs that went on for several years. In fact I started it when my oldest girl was 2. I finished it earlier this year, but just hadn't had a chance to snap some pictures. I love all these florals that interact to give it a shabby chic look.