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9/17/2012

Priority #1, Sewing for Two Sweet Little Girls

Yes, I did promise you a collar tutorial...and you will get it sometime next week.  My life has been very hectic lately....including some health challenges and preparing the house for my Stepdaughter's upcoming visit. "Preparing the house" included a total overhaul of my fabric stash. Throughout that ordeal, I kept saying to myself, "I am not a hoarder, I am not a hoarder, I am not a hoarder....."    The upside is that I found some really great fabric I had totally forgotten about!



But aside from filling your interfacing orders, and sewing shirts for my clients, my priority has been fulfilling my promise to sew a wardrobe of pretty new clothes for my two "adopted-through-friendship" grandchildren...Julianna age 5, and Brooklyn age 3.

This is the newest set for Julianna.  The pattern, Pierrot Tunic Top is from  www.made-by-rae.com  made in a soft cotton fabric. The Leggings pattern is one of the many by www.OttobreDesign.com made in a Cotton/Lycra knit. The Child's dress display stand is from www.ellieinspired.com

Now while I have about an hour of free time, I am going to have some fun sewing another set for Julianna :)





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2 Comments:

Blogger Valerie said...

So cute! I've been enjoying the sewing you've been doing for the young'uns. Wishing you the best!

9:35 AM  
Anonymous Cathie of Buckle Supplier said...

So cute, how do you do it,...better get out my sewing machine.

9:54 AM  

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