Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Vintage Pinafore Dress: Advance 6133


So, so dear.


Big pockets, knock knees.


Red roses on lavender.

22 comments:

YayaOrchid said...

Another lovely pattern,another lovely little dress! Your choice of fabrics always amazes me. Where do you find such nice choices?!

Daisy looks adorable, and has grown so much over the summer.

Vanessa {Bloom Right Here!} said...

That is adorable!

Linda said...

She looks so very sweet. I love the little knees. I had those exact same legs when I was a little girl!

Gillian said...

How sweet! How do you find time to sew everything you sew? And so beautifully, too!

Rebecca said...

Just too cute!!

Linda said...

The dress is just lovely and so is your daughter, with her beautiful smile, wearing it. It also looks like a very comfortable dress. Beautiful fabric.

Ms. Dale said...

Well Daisy you have done it again!!!
You will need additional closet space if this keeps
up. A new vintage dress every day and such a
pretty one this time. The cute little knees just add
something special to the picture.
So sweet, both the dress and Daisy.
Love it!!
Ms. Dale

Anonymous said...

Cute, she is warming up to all the attention and I wish I could figure out how to use my sewing machine. I have a 4 year old and this is such a spec ial way to make such beatiful memories for them. I'm sure theses wonderful things will be cherished. Do you ever have time to make some for your etsy store? We love them! Denise

Anonymous said...

How cute! It reminds me a little of a Simplicity apron I made my little girls a few years ago.

The fabric is just beautiful!

Wendy

Gina said...

Oh, how lovely!!!

Jodie said...

What a charming dress! :) It's the pockets! They're great. Great job - as usual. :)

Candace said...

Too sweet. I need one of those for my little miss. She would adore those pockets.

Catty Ax Lady said...

You and your patterns and dress choices are simply inspiring! Daisy is cute as a button, and seems to have grown so much just in the short time I've been reading your blog! I hope I can tune my sewing skills enough to make adorable little dresses and aprons for my little girl!

Sarah said...

How charming! And you have the perfect model.

Christy said...

Your sewing and creativity is such an inspiration! Please, please, please tell us how you have time to sew ALL of the beautiful things that you do!! What a beautiful dress and beautiful girl!! :)

Anonymous said...

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Check this cute birdhouse out. I thought might like it.

Ways of Zion said...

I only wish I could sew like you!

Lisateresa said...

She appears to really love this one - and how cute it is. Lovely fabric, too.

Anonymous said...

This is really darling.....& such a practical pattern, too. Who says little boys are the only ones who need pockets to stuff their treasures into? I also like the fabric & trim you chose.

Brenda

Profesh said...

I absolutely love this! I hope to be such a skilled seamstress someday.

tommy said...

Your little girl looks so sweet and innocent in that dress. What lovely fabric you used to complete the style. DO you use a sewing machine or do this all by hand?

Carol Pack Urban said...

I'm going to try to find this pattern! I have three granddaughters whom I sew for!

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