I was in Virginia a few weeks ago to help my sister with her new baby and older kids and made a trip to G Street Fabric store. I posted it on instagram and lots of you mentioned their high prices as a deterent to shopping there, and I agree that it was pricier than I normally like, but I found some bargains on their $2/yard table (remember the A week dress?) as well as this cotton that was regularly priced.I rarely pay full price for fabric, but this has been one of the few exceptions. I couldn't wait all the way until S for sign language, so it became H is for hands. ;)
I also found a giant "cookie" stamp at Kate's Paperie that said Homemade on it I used as a little pocket.
I added a button of a girl with a Hat for a little pocket buddy!I used a pattern from this Japanese book. It's originally a shirt, so I just lengthened it to dress length. I love the double elastic on the sleeves. There are no closures, so it's easy for little ones to put on.
Remember when piping was 15¢? Ha. I wish. I thought it was about time to use this beauty along the neckline and pocket.
My sweet Azure...
in a harp sandwich!