Saturday, March 28, 2009
The jellybean fabric and teal fabric are from Grandma Peggy. This is my first stab at the peasant pattern, very easy. But I will probably have to removed the lower elastic for it to fit Ashley again next year. That bunnnnniiiiieeee is sew cute. He is a dark purple that matches one of the jellybeans. he is also from www.creativeconnectionsembroidery.com and that is the name of the design.
More fabric from my Grandma Peggy. I tried to make the shirt to kinda match. the egg design was a freebie, not sure where. Nothing worng with the pants, my dress form distorts them a little. I did another of this in several options and purple for someone else.
Fabric from Grandma's stash. It is the cutest Easter egg basket and flowered fabric. this is a pillowcase top, started as a dress but I cut it too short (Ann Brown warned me about that!) It ties in the back, which is much easier than to shoulder ties. I am thinking about a turqouise monogram?
I love this design! The free tee is from SewForum. But I made the monogram in my MW+ software. This is Ashley's oufit, she loves those bermuda shorts. And her golf shoes are black and white it will look so cute. Maybe they will let her on the course with a non collared shirt, shhh.
Cheap Walmart fabric. Bunny is brown cord fabric from some pants I made for a friend of mine. Free design is from Sew Forum. And this fabric is much more muted than the camera makes it appear. My camera just does not like pinks.
Yard sale purchase, though it is a homemade dress, I did not make it. It had a 'B' on the front, I picked it out and put the oval with an A on it. I love this paisley fabric from HL. The font of the 'A' is from MW+, called Monogram Script.
The brown toile background fabric is from HL, the font is a freebie from Sewforum by designer Hollypops!
The hot pink (tho the camera makes it look like an ugly orange) tee, with HL fabric provided by Heather has Hollypops font again.
Monday, March 16, 2009
and I of course threw that bow together too...gotta have a matching bow!