by toogie ( edited 29 Aug 2015 ) 13 May 2015

2008 remake of a Simplicity 1952 vintage pattern-Our little one came in wearing this dress,I made her sister, when I first got my emb machine. The double seat panty is not included in this pattern. You can tell she still doesn't feel well...she wouldn't be this still. I want to make her some summer clothes and may use this pattern again.In case some of you have this pattern, I used the large size here and she is 21 months old now. I'm not sure of her weight.-Toogie

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by buffy1 17 May 2015

beautiful!

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by Boutry 16 May 2015

La petite fille est très mignone
et la tenue bien jolie
bravo Gisèle

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toogie by toogie 16 May 2015

Thank you she is my grand daughter. Welcome to Cute Embroidery!

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by cfidl 14 May 2015

Beautiful as is the dress!

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toogie by toogie 14 May 2015

Thank you Christine

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by jenne 14 May 2015

Beautiful ! and so is model.

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toogie by toogie 14 May 2015

Thank you jenne

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by rosakent 14 May 2015

What a lovely dress and model. Have you noticed that older patterns have more than one design, where as today they only seem to have one?
Jo

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toogie by toogie 14 May 2015

They make you think you have more views in the new patterns, but its really usually the fabric they change. Thanks about her dress and her.

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by lidiad 14 May 2015

She is adorable and so is that dress!
Hugs, Lidia

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toogie by toogie 14 May 2015

Thank you Lidia, she's our baby.

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by aussiequilter 14 May 2015

what a beautiful dress and a sweet cutie

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toogie by toogie 14 May 2015

Thank you very much

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by pennifold 14 May 2015

Adorable! Love Chris

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toogie by toogie 14 May 2015

Thanks Chris

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by Shisha 13 May 2015

Soooo adorable!!!

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toogie by toogie 14 May 2015

Thank you

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by Leaha 13 May 2015

Poor little chicklette, she still looks adorable and the dress is precious!

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toogie by toogie 14 May 2015

Thank you Leaha she just wanted to be held today, not her usual run around self

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by katydid 13 May 2015

I love this!! great job on the embroidery , too. I never throw away baby or little girl patterns. My daughter was born in 1968 and I still have her baby patterns. No one seems to sew any more. Who do we leave our treasures too? Kay

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toogie by toogie 13 May 2015

Leave them to my daughter, she loves all the old things, loves family re-unions, restoring or I should say having them restored. She is having an old iron bed sandblasted and repainted for her sons room...I keep children's patterns too,Kay. I have to confess I didn't sew much when mine were little, seems I was too 'busy'.

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by graceandham 13 May 2015

It's just how a girl ought to look! Really precious, Toogie.

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toogie by toogie 13 May 2015

Thank you, we think she is.

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by dilceia 13 May 2015

Very darling dress!Congrats!!

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toogie by toogie 13 May 2015

Thank you lady with the beautiful hydrangeas! I loved your flowers you posted long time ago. I have just one but not nearly so beautiful as yours.

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by KCowden 13 May 2015

Thank you Toogie! I have this same pattern...love the way you embroidered the tiny flowers. Pretty dress on a precious pretty baby girl!!! She is a little doll!

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toogie by toogie 13 May 2015

Thank you we think she is! ....have you made any with your pattern?

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by lbrow 13 May 2015

Brings back memories. My oldest was born in 1953 and I did a lot of sewing back in those days. Little outfits like this you do not see much of anymore. I love it/Lillian

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toogie by toogie 13 May 2015

Happy to walk down memory lane with you-lol- I like these older patterns too. Vintage or heirloom, I like them, makes a little girl look like a little girl.

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by noah 13 May 2015

All around cute:):)hugs

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toogie by toogie 13 May 2015

Thanks all around!

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by airyfairy 13 May 2015

I just love this sort of dress. So very pretty. You have done a great job Toogie

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toogie by toogie 13 May 2015

Thanks Sarah. I like this style too and mom usually gives me free rein to make things, unless she wants something special.

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by dragonflyer 13 May 2015

Sweet...both the dress and the model...do you remember what pattern you used for the double seat panties?

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toogie by toogie 13 May 2015

Thanks and yes I do remember . I had some that were my daughters. I think I bought them at Sears. I ripped a pair open, starched and ironed, then cut me a pattern. Can you see the ' edging'? I made it with the same fabric using a decorative stitch and scallop stitch. I also made a yellow one with a different dress pattern. I haven't seen her wear it, so it may be a bigger size.

dragonflyer by dragonflyer 13 May 2015

Thanks, Toogie...I have been looking for a pattern for the double seat bloomers, but have not found one...I was just hoping it was from a purchase...nice job on all of these..

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by pldc 13 May 2015

She is absolutely darling & I hope she is on the mend quickly! The outfit is just adorable too. ~hugs~

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toogie by toogie 13 May 2015

Thank you Loralye, she's better now.

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by tfk 13 May 2015

Oh how adorable and innocent little angel :)
You have made such a pretty dress Toogie .....its lovely!

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toogie by toogie 13 May 2015

Thank you, she has such a pitiful look here, wasn't feeling too good but better this evening.

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by rsloan 13 May 2015

What a sweet dress for a sweet heart. What a cutie.

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toogie by toogie 13 May 2015

Thank you very much

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by sonjapotgieter 13 May 2015

So beautiful!!!Just the right dress for our little princess!!!!

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toogie by toogie 13 May 2015

Thank you Sonja, she is a doll!

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by connerj 13 May 2015

Both are adorable :)

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toogie by toogie 13 May 2015

Thank you so much!

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by mops Moderator edited 13 May 2015

Those vintage dresses are still so lovely and your dress is so sweet, especially with those daisies! Your model is adorable, hope she's back to her usual self soon.

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toogie by toogie 13 May 2015

Thanks mops, I'm sure she will be, she's a tough little cookie. Look at that toenail , matches her dress, she stumped it a week or so ago.

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by laffma1 13 May 2015

She is too cute not to feel well. Hope she gets better soon. The little dress is darling.

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toogie by toogie 13 May 2015

Thanks so much and she is better this evening

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by blueeyedblonde 13 May 2015

even not feeling well, she is adorable and such a lovely dress!

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toogie by toogie 13 May 2015

Thank you and thanks for looking too

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by radmom 13 May 2015

Very darling dress! Sorry the little one isn't feeling well!

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toogie by toogie 13 May 2015

Thank you she was better as the day wore on.

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by dailylaundry 13 May 2015

Poor little tike - lavender looks lovely on her!! Sweet dress - well done. Hugs, Laura*

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toogie by toogie 13 May 2015

Thanks Laura, I thought the color was good for her too, but she is sickly pale.

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by sjbrower 13 May 2015

I enjoy seeing this posting... She is a darling (and I'm sorry she is not feeling good and hope she is well soon). This is an adorable dress on an adorable young lady!

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toogie by toogie 13 May 2015

Thank you , yes, she was better by this afternoon. I said no more fever or diarrhea, but she still wanted me to hold and rock her (which I did). Thanks for looking!

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by turtleowl 13 May 2015

Fun to see this. Pretty dress beautifully sewn! I still have the original 1952 pattern that my Grandmother used for me, and I have used it for daughters and grand daughters.

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pldc by pldc 13 May 2015

wow that is awesome!

toogie by toogie 13 May 2015

Thank you turtle owl, do you also have any of the dresses? I would love to see because she most likely emb by hand.

turtleowl by turtleowl 16 May 2015

Sadly, no. By the time my 3 wore my dress it was no longer useable. Sure there are pics of the girls but my daughter has all the old photos to scan and I can't get to them now. The ones I made for daughters were given away to a little girl who needed clothes. I also did the flowers by hand but don't know what my daughter did with the dresses I made for the twins. I remember it was a challenge as the transfer was so faded from being used but at least it was kept and I was able to copy it.

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