I’m playing catch up with a few makes so you’ll all have to bear with me while I race through them so I can get to the new stuff! I have been posting some of them on Instagram so they might be familiar to anyone who follows me there.
This skirt was made using a tutorial for a Flat Fronted Skirt found here on the Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom blog. I love this Dashwood cuckoo clocks print and it has been very versatile due to all the colours in the print.
My daughter has worn it lots with coloured tights and bright cardigans.
Didn’t realise the above shot was so moody but I still love her little poses!
This is the Oliver and S Culottes pattern (from the Lunch Box Tee + Culottes set). I bought the Cotton and Steel apples print with a skirt in mind but thought this pattern would also work well.
I cut a size 4 and the waist was a little big for her, but I cinched it with a row of hemming inside the waist seam. The box pleats are very cute and gives a very nice tailored look.
She chose to wear this with red sparkly tights, an orangey-red cardigan and a cute Uniqlo x Liberty top. Bright and a bit over the top!
This mirror from Bangladesh is her current obsession. She has her fads (like her mother!)
These moments are rare but precious. The little one takes every opportunity to attack his sister, and he finds plenty of them! But he gets away with it thanks to his mischievous smile.
He’s wearing the Oliver + S School bus Tee in a C. Pauli organic interlock from The Village Haberdashery. I wasn’t too hopeful as my printer scaled the pattern smaller and although I cut a 2T it was tiny and I realised too late. I used a 1/4″ seam and it fits, because he is small for his age. It won’t last too long though.
So that’s a whistlestop tour of a few things I’ve made. I have also made a few clothes for myself which I will blog soon.