Very cute! I wish patterns were still that price!
All together is so lovely, the decorativ stitches matches perfect.
Just darling!!! Something special!!!
That is so precious.. I hope you will post pict of the cutie in them ;-) . Love what you did with the yoke. Wonderful job.. I appreciate the price you are pointing out have some of those ..
Interestingly enough my Daughter and I were looking for hat patterns and found some 'vintage' patterns ,one priced in the 30 dollar range. We did not purchase it. LOL
thank you, I did post the photo of her wearing the outfit in Community, I think Chat-she is chasing ducks in my yard.
Lovely. So sweet fabric-choice
This dress you've made looks delightful& the machine stitching add such a delicate touch too. Thanks for sharing your project. :~D
Excell;ent job Toggie whats left to say:):)hugs
These are adorable, lucky baby!
so cute! My rule is to never throw away baby patterns and very young sizes. Kay
This is just darling . You are so creative to come up with the yoke idea and your stitches line up perfectly. It looks like a dress you would find in high end children's shop. I hadn't commented earlier on the but, of course, they are just too cute
Just darling, Toogie....
I think the deco stitches from your machine look wonderful. Beautiful job! Hugs and blessings.
Awesome set!!!!!Beautiful work done....
Thank you Sonja-Toogie
How cute Toogie! I can't wait to see the picture of your family's little one in this outfit. This is my favorite thing to do.... make little girl dresses!
I too, like to make these items, just haven't done it much lately. Thanks for looking.
Just noticed your flowers Toogie :). ..44444!
Oh my goodness. These are quite beautiful! They hold a special place in my heart as I too have a 1 1/2 year old granddaughter that I love to sew and create for. I know how much work you put into this as well as the thoughts, and searching your embroidery designs for just the right design and not finding it. Been there....done that. Love it!
They are just so tiny at this age, the yolk just needed a little bit. Thanks
Darling set! I have old patterns of my mother's from when she made me dresses. I am flabbergasted how much prices have gone up since then!
Old patterns don't always look good for us, but I still want little girls to look like little girls, and the old patterns are great for that. Yes, you don't get patterns at this price anymore. Thanks for looking.
This is a wonderful little set!
ah this is very cute Toogie & the machine design stitches are a great accent to the bodice! I have a couple of these very old patterns (ones that I can understand too) & they are the very best ones. ~hugs~
Yes, the old patterns are great for little girls, crafts, etc. however maybe not for us big girls-lol
She will look so precious in this outfit! Lovely design.
Thank you Christine
Simply - the best! So much joy given and received!
So true, thanks
How adorable! Your granddaughter is one lucky girl to have you!
It works both ways, I'm thankful to have her, although she does love her PaPa. Thanks for looking-Toogie
This is darling. She will be so proud to wear it.
I don't think it will excite her as much as those little shoes, but you never know with her! Thanks for looking-Toogie
I love it Toogie! A fantastic dressmaker you are. There's nothing like sewing for little girls is there? I know because I had 4 girls and made most of their clothes.
I do love to sew,for girls especially. I need to get back into my smocking, but Nora really doesn't need the dresses. She has all of Avery's and they are not hurt, still look almost new.
This is just so cute, love everything about it!
Thank you very much
Absolutely adorable! Great job!
A very adorable set you have made Toogie :) everything is so cute!
Thank you so much
Great job - I bet you had wonderful time making this outfit. Nora will be the cutest little girl in town when she wears this.
What are you talking about Willis ?, she already is the cutest little girl in town-lol- Do you remember that show 'Different Strokes?' Arnold was always saying, 'what you talking about,Willis'.... Thanks I do enjoy sewing. I wish I had as much time as I have patterns.
That is adorable! Great Job, hugs Suzanna
Thank you Suzanna
The whole outfit is just gorgeous. I can't wait to see Nora in it. Well done with your beautiful decorative stitches on the bodice it really sets off the little dress. Love Chris
It's just something for her to play in, an everyday outfit, but will be cool. She gets hot easily. I agree the bodice needed something, and the stitches were quicker to do. I ended up losing a lot of time looking for something small and colorful.
Beautiful dress! I too love your use of the decorative stitches and your colour choice.
Thanks mops, I wanted to bring out the colors of the print fabric.
Fabulous set! Like the use of the decorative stitches.
Those stitches do come in handy, thanks Sue
That's a wonderful set, I love it and so will little Nora!
Great job, Toogie.
I was going to send Nora the photo on IPhone, but mom said she was cranky, so she will see it when she comes. thanks Lidia
i.ve got this pattern used it for all my girls and my oldest is 41 now use it for my granddaughters ...linda
oh love your fabric very pretty ...
Linda, about the only time we could get a pattern nowadays for 85 cents is, if we got it at a garage sale or thrift shop. I think these little dress styles,are so much cuter than some of the children's clothing, in the shops today. The flowered fabric was given to me so really didn't cost but my thread,elastic and a little piece of eggshell fabric for the yokes. I had all those items so a very cheap project. I have yards and yards of 1/4 in elastic got for hardly anything.
just beautiful Toogie
Well done!!! This outfit is adorable - and I love that you used an old pattern - isn't it the cutest!! I don't know where you find the time to do all that you do!! Hugs, Laura*
If I am going to use all this fabric before I die, lol, I have to keep busy! It seems none of us use it all. That's where I got this print, from a lady too old and unable to sew anymore. I hope I never reach that point. Thanks for looking.
These are adorable. As for the standing still...I think you are asking a lot of little Miss Nora! She will look like a little doll in these. Good luck on the picture.
I need luck, to get a good one-lol Thanks for looking
What a cute set this is, Toogie...I love it...and your decorative stitches really set off the bodice...
The bodice, or yolk, did need something. I didn't want to make the whole dress with the print, and I most likely didn't have enough anyway, the amount was that close. I also didn't want to make the bloomers out of that eggshell. Can you imagine what the seat would look like after playing outside? I can...so I used ALL the print but was able to squeeze in the bloomers.Thanks for looking-Toogie
So So Cute! I love the older patterns. I used to sew all of my two girl's dress when they were little, now in their 40's. You did a great job, and great job on picking the material.