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April 28, 2011


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Hard to believe but I have that same pattern!! It was handed down to me from my mother and has been put to good use over the years. Not only has it been used many times to make clothes but I actually used the envelope in a banner for decorating at a tea party I had recently. It was fun to see the cute outfit you made using such a sweet pattern.


It is very appreciated!!!! I'll be sending a photo of the dear little girl in it soon.

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What a good friend you have to give you such beautiful fabrics, the baby outfit it's so precious and the fabric look vintage and really turn out gorgeous for a little girl. I think I am gonna try to do some too, maybe I get inspiration from your work.

Julie B

I am really enjoying your blog and all of your projects. This one is just darling.


That is such a crazy awesome pattern. It's such a pity we're heading into winter and by next summer my baby will be too big for it, or I'd be hunting the pattern down and making a stack of them!


I want to make one of these so badly now!! I keep looking at the picture trying to figure out how I can make it.


Such a pretty outfit. I have lots of smaller pieces of fabric that can't be made into adult clothes, now I know what to do with them. I'll be saving them until there are babies to sew for!
Love the story you shared too. Fabric with history is so special!


I LOVE this pattern! I just googled it and found one to buy. I hope it is in good condition. I can't wait to make this for the baby boy I am expecting in July!

This is one more reason why I love your blog. Thank you!


So cute. I've been seeing lots of muted blues and brown on sewing blogs lately. I guess everything old is new again...eventually.


OH gosh, that is adorable. If you feel the need to find more babies to sew for and want to make cute little boy things my 2nd grandchild is expected Sept 2nd and we just found out is going to be a boy this time. I'll be happy to send you my address. LOL I did make a lot of really cute things for our first grandchild, a girl but I have had a horrible time in the past with those snaps so now I avoid those at all costs. Of course, that dramatically reduces the cutesie baby cloths that can be sewn too. LOL I think maybe I'm going to buy the plier-type tool for installing snaps to see if that works better for me. In my sewing things I do think there are some of those older baby patterns that were purchased about 1982 or so when I had my first baby.


Ohhh that fabric. I had that pic up on my computer while I did other things to admire the vintageness of them. LOVE the stack. You' lucky gal.


That pattern is hard to come by online, but yours sure did turn out cute! I have a couple of the fabrics in that stack in my stash...

amy dunn

That is an unbelievably awesome pattern!!!! Super cool and you did such a nice job! :)


Gorgeous and totally up to date . classics never age.


That is so sweet! I might have to look on ebay for that pattern too! Great job, and such a cute choice of fabric!


Adorable! Great job!

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