While most of us are likely busy stitching Christmas outfits or gifts, I thought you would enjoy seeing one of Judy Day’s outfits from a Christmas past.
My dear friend Judy Day made these for her two granddaughters a few years ago, along with matching dresses for their American Girls dolls. And of course, Judy ALWAYS makes hair bows for girls and dolls. How cute are these little Christmas darlings?
A few years ago, Judy attended the Martha Pullen’s school when I was teaching. We both spotted a dress like these made by master teacher Lezette Thomason. Judy proclaimed right then and there that she would be making similar dresses for Courtney and Kennedy that next Christmas. And she did.
Judy started with the jumper pattern in Martha’s Favorite Applique’s by Martha Pullen. She lengthened it, because the girls’ mothers like the longer, mid-calf length. Then she drafted a simple Christmas tree for the applique’.
The jumpers and trees are both featherwale corderoy. The trees are decorated with buttons. And the girls themselves are cute as a button.