I hadn't even finished making Lucy's dress when I decided I would have to make one for Boo's, too and
started picking out fabrics for it right away.
I thought this retro cherries would be perfect, but didn't have enough for the dress~ that's when it turned into a top... which I love!!!
I kinda want one for myself.... not kidding.
I did the rolled hem on the ruffles again because I love a rolled hem in contrast thread,
and put the ruffle on with my ruffler which made this really quick to put together.
The only adjustments I made to the pattern was to bind the underarms with bias tape instead of turning the hem under. It's funny... I used to HATE bias tape. I mean, if the pattern had bound edges like that... I just quit. Now I love it. Weird.
I made her these little capri's, too, by chopping off some jeans that were too short and adding the ruffles to the bottom. I used my ruffler foot, but shouldn't of. The ruffles are not as gathered as I'd like them to be... but still, they're cute.
Still my favorite thing is the sash. I love little bows on girl's.
I wouldn't mind if every garment in their closet had a bow in the back. It's just classically cute.
And boy, she thinks she's cute, too.
This kid is so funny.
Showing off her magnetic earrings and telling me that if Aunt Megan was her Mom that they'd be real.
I know Boos.
I'm gonna pull my hair out trying to get this girl to stay little. She is in such a hurry to be a woman.... sigh.
Don't forget to enter the give-a-way to win this pattern.
You HAVE to comment on yesterday's post, though!
But comment on this post, too. It makes me feel good. :0
It's kinda sad when you only get comments from give-a-ways. :c