Perry Moffitt

March 10, 2013

Simplicity 2461

Filed under: Sewing for Kids (not quilts),The sweet baby — perrymoffitt @ 8:17 pm
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In a frenzy of spring cleaning I decided to take down some 1980′s knotty pine paneling and re-do the kitchen walls.  I stuck the kiddo on the kitchen table to show off this just finished dress against the clean empty wall, something there isn’t any of in our house normally.

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I bought this fabric in Barcelona, before this girly was even a thought in my head, and stashed it away for a unknown project.

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It is a lovely lightweight cotton that  is top stitched with a lovely thick white embroidery and has a cotton lining that is a delicate backer to the embroidery.

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The fabric was well suited to this little project, sweet little elastic puff sleeves and it is somewhat formal without being too crisp.

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The pattern was super great, just enough fullness in just the right places. I made a big fat hem in case I might be able to let it out and get a few more months out of it later on.

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1 Comment »

  1. With the pictures you can’t tell it’s embroidered. but really nice. An easter dress perhaps? Of course she’ll need matching shoes…

    Comment by Kathleen — March 11, 2013 @ 6:04 am | Reply


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