Inspired by some vintage today. Rockin’ the 70’s! Ha ha!
That’s right! Since I got so far behind I’m counting each of these patterns as a pattern. There are actually only 4 patterns, but 2 different colorways. I’m allowed to do that right?
I see these patterns going on home decor, like pillows, chairs and curtains. Don’t you think these would be so cute in a cottage home? That’s why these patterns are called Cottage Laines. My two favorite of these patterns are on the pillows! Which one is your favorite?
My daughter, Char, drew me some flowers and I decided to make a pattern out of them. Then she wanted a Happy Spring outfit to go with them. What do you think? Would you dress your little girl in this outfit?
Imagine the butterfly is a large applique sewn on and the text is embroidered. At the bottom of the shirt is gathered yellow tulle. The pants are a comfortable stretch knit. And the headband has a sweet embroidered flower on it as well. I would love to hear your feedback!
Wow, I know I haven’t posted for a while and now I’m WAY behind on this whole 365 patterns thing, but hey….. I haven’t given up yet!
I’ve always wanted to design children’s clothing and after I designed this pattern, I just knew I had to put it into practice. Isn’t this so cute? If I ever have another little girl, I may just need to print me some fabric and sew me up one of these, bonnet included!
This one would be an applique on a fat romper. I’ve always wanted a fat baby, not sure if I’ll ever get one! Ha ha! My daughter was born thin, after her daddy of course.