I went on a little sewing kick during Christmas. I sure was nice to have Daddy home!!
I made these Christmas pajamas for the kids. I accidentally purchased this aqua dot fabric online (for a real bargain) only to discover it was flannel instead of cotton. So I saved it for PJ pants and had just enough to make 3 pairs. (Well, not quite enough ... Luke got cuffs on his pants!)
I hand stitched the tree appliques on tees and ... voila: Pajamas. (I am hoping to post a tutorial on the hand-stitched tees soon. I have made several and they are really cute!)
I used this free pattern download for the pants. It was a quick sew!
I also made 3 pairs of ruffle pants for Claire. Two pairs were to match tops (formerly dresses) that she already had (see below).
I love this cute Riley Blake snowman fabric! She's had this pillowcase dress for 3 years now.
I also made 2 outfits for next fall/winter (and made my first knot/apron dress).
This outfit is for Christmas next year. I need to shorten the straps a little. They seemed too short when I was cutting them out so I made them a little longer. Clearly, I should have just followed the pattern measurements! I love these fun, non-traditional Christmas colors.
This is a knot top without the apron and the 3rd pair of ruffle pants I made. Cute, cute! I love this fabric so much!
The knot dress/top and ruffle pants came from Little Girls, Big Style book. I highly recommend this book if you have little girls to sew for! It has a ton of variations 4 basic patterns (2 tops, 2 bottoms).
I also made a pair of grey dot ruffles and matching tee for my niece for her birthday, but forgot to snap a picture before I gave it to her!
I have several other little projects in the works so I hope to be posting more finished projects soon!