I had a hard time tracking down tiny flowers in colors that would suit - I had a very specific vision in my mind, although I couldn't figure out how the vision got there.
I added some length to a size 5 pattern, but the neckband turned out a bit tight (I just moved the buttons down). It's the first time I sewed raglan sleeves, and they weren't too hard.
It's perfect! And it gives me some ideas of what to do with the red jumper I found at the thrift store...
So sweet. I love the way you dress Miss G! And, the blouse is beautiful.
Oh, how sweet! The both of you.
So sweet! Love the blouse, and WOW - she looks so like you at that age!!! It's the perfect autumn, girly, pretty and practical outfit : )
Oh, how sweet! And my does your girl look strikingly like you at that age! Strikingly!
What a beautiful little girl and a beautiful blouse.. I love floral blouses with jumpers ..so cute.
And how amazing.. that you had this vision of the little floral blouse, and you had one like it.. How sweet...
Vicarious much? =)
It's sweet. Isn't the memory a wonderful thing? Ignore Brother; he's just jealous of your blouse :)
Love the teal colour and the retro cuteness xo
I love it! So sweet and yes, it has a retro feel which I LOVE.
The blouse is lovely and perfect for the courdroy.
I remember my girls when they were small wearing courdroy. When they out grew clothes, I made many into dolls clothes including courdroy trousers for the dolls. Somehow you remind me of me.
P.S. I can't spell courdroy.
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