Little girl clothes

JUL 15, 2008 updated May 30, 2016

Monster_skirt_by_sarah_dyer
Along with the many lovely birthday wishes I received from y’all yesterday–thanks so much!–I also received a note from Sarah Dyer alerting me to her daughter’s new adorable tiered twirl skirt made from monster fabric printed on Spoonflower.  So cute!  My girls loved her monster fabric when they saw it in our pile some weeks ago so I know they’d be so psyched to have such a skirt if I were to get up the energy (and time and cute design…).

Phoebes_shirt
Sarah also asked me when I’d be posting my own fabric designs and creations to our Flickr pool. Unfortunately, one of the downsides of running a craft-related business is that I don’t have all that much time to do much sewing myself!  Kinda ironic, I know.  I did have time to make a cute little shirty for the baby awhile back from Petchy’s free pattern.  It’s a bit mussed on our little darling in this photo because she tends not to stay very tidy looking for very long.  But I was still pleased with how quickly it came together, and also that I was just able to make it from the first fat quarter I printed for myself (lo, these many months ago…).

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  • Sweet 🙂 Happy you enjoyed the pattern and thanks for the mention!
    I keep meaning to order some customs from spoonflower…. I must get cracking with some designs, but as you know, life has a tendency of just getting in the way!

  • I hear ya! Since I started custom-designing scrapbooks for others, I have done almost NONE of my own layouts! A little frustrating but it’s still very exciting to run a small business and “work” at doing what I love. One of these days I hope to actually get one of my scrapbook designs made into fabric. That would be ultra-cool!!!