Tea Party Sundress for H.

9 Apr

Using cotton poplin fabric I purchased online from Branberry Place, and some left over red fabric from my niece’s dress, I made another Tea Party Sundress. This one is for my daughter. I used the red fabric for the pipping, the lining, and the interior hem and 1 inch red buttons.

I probably should have made it in a size 4 instead of a 3 since H. seems to be going through another growth spurt. I’ll just have to stop myself from having her wear it everyday. I love it so much.

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6 Responses to “Tea Party Sundress for H.”

  1. Este April 9, 2008 at 11:21 am #

    Wow! What a great spring dress. Hazel has such an infectious smile, and I can’t believe how big she is getting! I need to come visit you guys…

  2. Victoria September 24, 2008 at 12:54 pm #

    I just wandered over to your blog from flicker when look at the oliver+s pool, and i just have to say that your daughter is the prettiest little girl i have ever seen.

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