Added Aug 2, 2011
I’ve been up-cycling baby clothes quite a bit for a friend, and I stumbled upon this pattern. I apologize, but I wasn’t able to find the blog that I found this at. It’s a 6 month to 12 month summer dress for a baby that I just had to make when I saw it. It could also be made as a cute t-shirt or tank-top for an older baby. I used an old t-shirt that I never wear, and I chose to embellish it with ruffles and a design to support my crazy Aggies. I free-handed the A&M logo from another t-shirt I had, so simply replace that logo with your own favored team. If I can magically find the blog again, I’ll give you all the link!
I’d recommend two old t-shirts in contrasting colors (the 2nd for your team or other design). A light cotton, blend, or linen should work as well.
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