My step-by-step tutorial for this dress is posted at Brother’s Stitching Sewcial blog. Please take a look and leave a comment . I’d really appreciate your feedback.
It seems like forever since there has been a new post here, but My! Oh! My! have I been busy!Â Highlights include time in NC with family, a week at home with 2 younger grands, including hurricane Vivian Rose (good news,Â we have finally recovered. Whew!), several days of sewing with the two older grands and so much more. Â It’s been a wonderful summer.
But I’m back in the saddle now and have a really fun little project to share with you.Â I do believe this sweet child’s dress would qualify for the “Modern Projects for Old Fashioned Nanas” category.Â Don’t you?
It started with this cute pattern
and the Finding Dory machine embroidery designs at iBroidery.com.Â The fabrics are a solid soft aqua Swiss cotton pique’ and a blue Disney Finding Dory quilting cotton. Continue reading
UPDATE:Â And look at it now.
Viv “eating”Aunt Peggy’s chocolate pudding. Surely some got in her mouth.
first birthday dress for Minnie fan
Our precious granddaughter Vivian Rose recently celebrated her first birthday with family and friends at a party in her own back yard.
Cousins Laurel and Alastair
Iâ€™ve mentioned my good friend Sue Lord and all of her talents before (www.suelord.com).Â Â Â Â Her ever -flowing creative ideas and strong influence on my sewing projects require that I give her credit and thanks yet again.
Sue designed the dirty laundry bag project. It was featured in one of the machine embroidery magazines and is included in her embroidery collection Gifts for Women.Â This collection has something for everyone and is just fabulous.
Sue, ever the Southern gentlewoman, stitched her dirty laundry bag in feminine pastels. But the text is just suggestive enough to make me think of black lingerie.
The bag is made from ivory polished cotton with black doubleface satin ribbon running through the casing.Â I almost always prefer ivory over white.Â Â On this project, it softens the harshness of the black stitching.Â Continue reading
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