merged designs to make a cute flower girl dress. the name design is from 8C&P and the dress is just a bodice from SewForum. I used the same tulle that her tutu is made from. They wedding is Ivory colors so I coffee dyed the top of the bodice on this de
Couldn't leave out my grandson who Placed 3rd in Southern Region. He will go to Ireland for World's in March. He is on the right. BUT click on the link as that is the picture from this weekend in New Orleans. DD didn't make that vest. The picture is
sharing my DGD's and the dresses my DD made for them. She does the embroidery too... Both Girls are big Irish Dancers as you can see. Pic. 1 is Natalie. She is a jeans and teeshirt kind of girl, but LOVES to BLING it out when dancing... Pic. 2
Peasant dress with chevron stripes. here are some new dresses. Trying to get ready for christmas...Making both with elastic in sleeve and bell sleeved. The applique is from Applique Alley, I think. It is an ornament inside a scalloped patch. Pretty big
Chevron Pillowcase dresses. These are for a set of fraternal twins. There isn't any embroidery/applique on them as the mother wanted just plain. Since these were sent to Texas, she might have someone local that will embellish them for her. ;) Front and
Planet Applique Turkey face brown and white herringbone pillowcase dress with red ruffled pants. You can also choose a brown pant instead of red.... I used to make these with upcycled jeans and put patchwork on them, but this is much more easier. LOL.
Christmas Stockings from McCalls... These turned out sew cute. One had the toe and heel made from zebra print the other is just the plain fabric with the zebra printed cuff. They are both lined and also have an interfacing. So they are three layers....
Working on some Christmas projects for customers. But here are a couple of the Pillowcase Dresses with name on hem/sashing... Grinch front, Grinch Back, Gingerbread dress. Really turned out cute. Also put name on hem and it ties in back like the grinc
Me and another Cutie Linda, (can't remember what her name is here)... having fun on a fabric shopping trip, this past weekend. (the third person is another friend that I met online from Applique Forum who came up from Ga. to join the fun.... We had a gre
Lots going on but thought I'd share what I made for my sweet DIL. she teaches kinder in Tx... to the left are the frayed alphabets from Hang to Dry. To the right are birthday badges that I came up with using a freebie 5" circle from the Free daily sight