Added Jul 14, 2012
We were having a surprise baby shower for a co-worker who is expecting a little girl. I found this cute pattern for a 0-3 month peasant dress on the internet and just had to try it! It was so easy to make and turned out so precious that I had to make 2 of them. And I have another one cut out and ready to put together. The pink one has elastic in the sleeves and I left the brown one with flutter sleeves. I can’t remember the name of the site where I got the pattern but I will check and post it later. It was a free download pattern and I will definitely be making many more for mom’s expecting little princesses!!! I even found a site that has patterns for sizes 3-6, 9-12 and 18-24 months in the same style top/dress. I think I have found my new “go to” pattern for baby showers!!!! (as long as they are having a girl). I also made matching burb cloths to go with each top! Oh and pacifier clips too. I love sewing for babies!!!
cotton, 1/4" elastic, button
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