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Friday, 18 December 2015

Christmas Dresses

Christmas dresses for the baby girls. By Christmas they will be 26 months, nearly 22 months, and 11 months. I loved the idea of having a dress for each of them to wear on Christmas Day. I drew the inspiration from the Melly Sews tutorial for the Fiesta frock with a Peter Pan collar. Thank you, Melly. I made a few minor modifications to the pattern for all three dresses, but in the main, I followed the tutorial.

Read more about how I made the three Christmas dresses.

Wednesday, 2 December 2015

Toddler and Baby Aprons

I'd been thinking of making for new aprons for the girls, for painting and getting messy. Two of them don't wear bibs a whole lot now, and they've outgrown any of the earlier aprons I made them (see this post).

Find out below how easy it is to make little aprons like these! Also check out this post using a different pattern.