Sunday, September 28, 2008

On My Cutting Table - Vintage Toddler Pattern

Today I cut out this vintage toddler's pattern. Isn't that one of the sweetest little wrap dresses ever? I'm going to make it in the rosebud print below. I may insert a tiny picot lace into the yoke seam. Or a baby rickrack. Or tiny pink piping. Still playing around with ideas. This is for my eldest niece's baby girl, Serenity. Isn't that a lovely name? My niece, Noelani, is learning to sew so I will leave it unhemmed for her to put the hem where she desires. The pattern envelope shows an awfully short hem placement and I'm not sure that Noelani will want it that short for her wee one. We'll let Mom decide. I'm not sure when I'll get this one started. I have to finish up the Harvest Dress. Then I have a shirt halfway completed for myself as well as a two piece sweater dress. I need to wrap those up and then perhaps I can get started on this one. It's a size two and won't fit Serenity till Spring anyway. The fabric's a bit light for a Washington winter.



dog training said...

well this is nice pattern

dog training said...

nice blog

Anonymous said...

I love this pattern! I was wondering if there was any chance you would like to sell it after you are finished using it? Or, if I could copy it and send it back to you? If you are interested, please email me at