vintage cushion covers New Pattern in my ETSY SHOP customized baby gifts

Whew, but now the pattern is in my shop here…;…;.and wow, it’;s a lot of fun to make. And even more fun to put on your little girl.…;…;…;. Or granddaughter…;…;.. Or best friend’;s daughter…;..

The Maddy DressThe pattern includes sizes: 6-12 months –; 5T.

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This sweet little Maddy Dress is the perfect summery dress for little girls of all ages. The stretchy smocked top adds just the right amount of comfort and the shoulder ties make this dress very adjustable. And don’;t forget the flirty little ruffle at the bottom that gives the dress some adorable movement. You can throw the Maddy Dress on your little girl for a comfy play outfit or dress it up with some nice shoes and a hair accessory for a nicer occasion. It even works well in the fall/winter if paired with a long sleeve shirt underneath. Awwwwwwwvintage cushion covers, it’;s just too cute on any little lady…;…;…;.

So, rev up your sewing machines, sew up a Maddy Dress, and then slip onto any and every little girl you know so that they can run outside and play.

The Maddy Dress is available in my etsy shop here.

I love learning new sewing techniques, and a mitered corner hem is something new to me. I had heard of mitered corners on a napkin, and mitered corners on a quilt, but recently I sewed a dress where the instructions called for mitered corners on the hem. And then I read a few sewing books that also talked about a mitered corner hem.

Helpful advice from Frieda Anderson, art quilt maker, fabric dyer, author, teacher, and award-winning quilter. She works mostly with her own hand-dyed silks and cottons, and takes inspiration from the nature around her:?“Everyday I walk in a little woods near my home with my dog George. Much of what I see?there appears in my work.”?Visit Frieda at her Friestyle blog.

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Photo: Erica George Dines