Boos just loves this little outfit I made her.
I made it before Christmas, but hadn't let her wear it yet, because I hadn't made the bow or had her model it. She is so excited to have it and wore it to school today!
I used the Miss Muffet pattern for the skirt, which remains to be one of my favorite skirt patterns, and Planet Applique's Rapunzel applique for the top. Although, I really wish I would have made this with Lynnie Pinnie's rendition, which is just so much cuter and more detailed, but I had already purchased and appliqued this shirt before Lyndsey put her's out.
The bow was made this week out of some 1/2 off ribbon spools from Hobby Lobby. Have I told you how much I love their matching ribbons and fabric. Tooo cute!
The girls went thru a phase where they didn't want to wear bows, but Ella has decided they're cool again. YEA!!!! Do you know how happy that makes me?
I also made her baby a coordinating skirt and shirt.
The skirt is my own pattern (which I am going to share with you guys just as soon as I can figure out how to put a download on the blog... any help there?) and the shirt is by Precious Patterns. I used a new pattern I got for .99 on MLK day (Simplicity 1928) but you can also get it on YCMT.com. It was simple to make and took very little fabric. I know I'll make these again.
I also added a little applique from the skirt fabric on her little shirt. Easy and quick!
Ella loves it so much when I make matching doll clothes.
It's pretty fun, too, and also rewarding. I love seeing this look on her face.
She's getting so anxious to grow up... maybe if I keep making doll clothes, she'll stay little forever...