Two lingerie posts in a row? I think that’s a first for me. I did warn you about that bra-making bug, though… Today I’m showing off another pattern mixing set made up of the Madalynne Barrett Bralette and the Cloth Habit Watson.
I reorganized my stash the other day, and realized that I had a decent chunk of this navy polka dot knit fabric leftover from making a dress in the fall. I wanted to make something, but not go fabric shopping (shocking, I know), so next I searched through my patterns. Ultimately, I decided to make a polka-dotted peplum top with McCall’s 6896.
I never would have believed you if you told me that I’d love a midi-length sleeveless dress with a mock turtle neck. But, that’s exactly what I’ve made, and I love it.
I promise this is not turning into a home sewing and baby blog. Pinky swear! I’ve been trying my best to use up scraps, and adult clothes take real amounts of fabric. So, I put together this compilation of baby items as a newborn gift package. I didn’t make all of these items at once, but over a couple of months. They just happened to go together, so I put them together as a gift basket of sorts, made up of:
Welcome to the second installment of my summer baby collection! This may be my favorite kids’ make yet. It’s The Purl Bee’s Summer Romper for Kids, and I made it for my 2 1/2 year-old niece.