I hope you have all finished your Christmas sewing. I’ve moved on to baking and gift wrapping and hope to finish up in time for our big family celebrations.
Here are a few more Christmas outfits from the past. These gingerbread outfits for my two older grandchildren were favorites of mine. A few years later, new grandson Alastair wore Robert’s suit.
One year I planned to make matching Thanksgiving outfits for the children. The Viyella brown plaid garments were made but before I began the bibs, plans changed and the older two would not be with us that day. So I decided to use the garments for Christmas. But that was a stretch—brown plaid for Christmas. I made it work.
Laurel’s basic yoke dress was trimmed with tatting, as was her linen bib.
Laurel also had a tie-on bib with a Current Critters Continued design.
These Current Critters embroidery designs are so charming. Continue reading
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My precious daughter-in-law really likes brother-sister outfits for Robert and Laurel. So for their birthdays, I usually make themed, matching clothes.
Since their birthdays are only 15 months apart, their interests are not so unlike as to make that a problem, at least not until 4 yo Robert’s Spiderman party. But that’s another story, another post.
Robert in his Big Red Car gifted by his great-grandmother, Neenie.