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!
Love those little knees!ReplyDelete
always scraped :)Delete
What a fabulous dress with all the special details and what a lovely little girl.ReplyDelete
I must find this fabric! I'm not as talented as you - but my daughter would love something made from it. :) You always add something unique to everything you make. I love the pretty blue piping and the stamps are so cool.ReplyDelete
Azure is such a tiny little beauty. Love the freckles, knobby & scabbed knees and that hair!
I'm sure having something from her mom is special enough ;)Delete
Oh how I love the back of that collar!ReplyDelete
I'm quite partial to that particular detail, thank you!Delete
Azure looks so sweet in this dress; the fabric and piping are adorable and the STAMPand girl button; again, I am in heaven just admiring your awesomeness.... I wish I had this fabric. I would do pillows; because that is pretty much all I can do. Such sweetness. I love Azure's knees.ReplyDelete
Didnt we all have those knees???? Such fond memories at that age!
You're sweet, thank you. And pillows are great, too!Delete
One of the things I truly admire about your work is "the details" in everything you make. Each piece is so very special - LOVE the fabric and, of course, "the details"!!!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Tami. I do love a good detail.Delete
Just gorgeous! Love all the detailing. So much love in this garment :)ReplyDelete
cute cute. Love this! This reminds me of that song Jimmy Fallon sings on the Electric Company show (PBS). Pocket Full of H's that I'm not afraid to use... :)ReplyDelete
I don't know this! Need to go get googling!Delete
Azure reminds me of Scout from To Kill a Mockingbird. Both your daughter and your dress are adorable!ReplyDelete
Yes, and she's also got the feistiness of Scout!Delete
Beautiful!! As always. Your daughters and your lovely sewing too.ReplyDelete
Many thanks, Rita!Delete
I was just talking to a friend about getting rid of clothing when our kids outgrow it, I don't know how you let these things go! Such treasures!!! And love the skinned knees!ReplyDelete
Probably because there's always something else to sew!Delete
eeee! (hhhh?) this is really cute! Love the piping detail tooReplyDelete
Cute dress! Azure is so sweet :) I love her knees. I´m 16 and I still have scabbed knees hahaReplyDelete
Haha! Don't grow up too fast!Delete
I am loving that stamp!!! How fun, I can think of MANY things to stamp homemade on :o) That fabric is so unique too... fun, I linked up a hoodie for H :o) EMily@nap-timecreationsReplyDelete
Yes! Everyone who sews or bakes needs one!Delete
Are those your harps? I wondered where you were able to use such awesome "props", if they weren't.ReplyDelete
Yes! I play the concert grand and got the little one for my girls, but they've all picked different instruments so far!Delete