Hello friends! I want to share some sewing that I have done recently. If you read my blog, you know I adore my granddaughter. I made her a darling dress and a matching hair bow (on a clip) which I forgot to take a picture of, but here's the dress.
I used Simplicity New Look Pattern 6504, view B. I purchased the main fabric from Jo Ann, Quilter's Showcase cotton as well as the one inch light purple buttons. I added cotton eyelet trim to the botton of the dress. The facing was by far the most difficult part of the dress, but I did it!
I also made this bib as we are due for a new grandbaby in less than a month.
This was a little difficult for me. It is Winnie the Pooh cotton that I already had in my stash on the front and white terry cloth on the back. I had never sewn on terry cloth before. It's a little different, a little more stretchy than cotton. It turned out okay, but I'm going to try making one with soft flannel and waterproof/laminate fabric. I was excited to use my Babyville Boutique snap pliers on an actual project, and the snap turned out well. I am so happy with it that I can see many types of projects using these snaps in the future.
I also used my Cricut Maker, heat transfer vinyl, and my heat press (which is a great alternative to the Cricut easy press) to make this cute onsie and a tee shirt for my granddaughter. Both designs were available through my subscription to Design Space content via Cricut.
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