Friday, October 30, 2009

Betty Boo!

Heather Bailey posted the cutest little sock bat project just before Halloween. Of course I had to try it! So funky, but a great little project. Boo!

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Wrap Dress

I have had a stash of Amy Butler's Gothic Rose fabric for a while and finally found a fun project to use is for. Miss S has been needing some dresses for church and I found this cute pattern at You Can Make (one of my favorite sites).

I love the way it turned out. The colors are just amazing. She also looks so precious in it, I took pictures but
 they accidentally got erased. I will have to take some more and post them later.

Saturday, October 17, 2009

Clothes for My Girls

I love making clothes for my girls! It's just so fun because they love me to do it, love wearing the clothes and I think they feel loved when I do it for them. That's a lot of love going on! So that makes it worth it right?

This is Sophie wearing a little damask number made with Michael Miller fabric. I found this little fuzzy iron-on for the shirt that I thought looked cute with it.

Black and white is just one of my favorite combinations. In fact, my living room is all black and white. And then you can throw in any accent color(s). It's especially fun for the holidays.

Love my beautiful boo!

I made this shirt for Miss Maggie. Actually to confess it was supposed to be a dress but I accidentally cut two fronts out of the pattern! I didn't have enough fabric left to fix it, so I made a cute little shirt instead.

It's made with Woodland Bloom fabric from Lila Tueller. I love her funky fresh florals. The pattern is the Madeline peasant dress from

I added this fabric flower with a button bling to add a bit of fun and sparkle.

Have I said how much I love my girls? :)
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