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Thursday, February 28, 2013

Goodship Dress in Out to Sea





I really wanted to wait until I had Christian's shirt done before I blogged about this dress but I couldn't wait!  Christian went down for a nap so Eva Mae and I had a photo shoot and I still have time to write about it before he wakes up!!!!



This little girl has stolen my heart!!!  She is so happy and adorable and I can't believe how big she's getting!  She is really developing a fun personality - she's sweet, silly and definitely sassy!  She's not afraid to tell her brother what she thinks - in her little pterodactyl voice! "BRRRAGH" is her favorite response when he tells her to do something!


The fabric I chose for their matching Easter outfits is from the Michael Miller line "Out to Sea" by Sarah Jane!




The pattern is the Goodship Dress which was included in the Sew Fab pattern bundle I advertised a few weeks ago!  Did you grab it?  If not, you can buy the pattern here!  And make sure you check back next year when I will share the link for the next Sew Fab pattern bundle!


I love the way the pleated front plays "peek-a-boo" with the sweet nautical print!  The sailor collar is what gets me!!!  Have I mentioned how I love collars?! :) 


Here's a view of the back.  I originally wanted to embroider an anchor on the front but with three different fabrics some sewing friends and I decided it would be too much - the dress was perfect "as is!"



I hope Easter will be warm so we can see these cute and fat baby arms and legs!



The anchor hair clip is a felt embroidery design - they are so fun to make and I really want to build up my inventory so I can take them to craft shows, etc!  I love using them for hair bows and clips for Eva Mae!



And to close out the blog post here is my VERY FAVORITE picture of Eva Mae!!!  My little sailor girl, I love you so much!

19 comments:

  1. Beautiful smile! And the clip is the perfect addition to the outfit.

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  2. It is SO cute in that teensy size! Love the fabrics you chose. May have to make one for Ava soon!

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  3. Just adorable!!
    www.dimplesandpigtales.blogspot.com

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  5. This is so cute! I love it! I can't wait to make one for Edison!

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  6. Wow, this is SO darling!! I LOVE the fabric you used!! Great job!

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  7. This is just so ridiculously adorable.. I mean really there are no words.

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  8. This dress (and your daughter) are just too cute! Love the fabric choice and the style of the dress.

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  9. Awwww! Love the the sailboat peeking out. Pinning!

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  10. Completely adorable- baby and dress!

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  11. Out to sea is one of my favs! I love the big ship on the inside panel. So cute. And the last picture is just adorable!

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  12. :-) I LOVE THIS DRESS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I love the anchor fabric. OMG I'm gonna have to buy that pattern and make a dress for my daughter! :-) Thanks so much for sharing this at Submarine Sunday!

    T'onna

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  13. Really cute & the fabrics are just perfect!! Thanks for linking to Craftastic Monday @ Sew Can Do:)

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  14. i love that anchor fabric! i'm definitely adding it to my stash for a future project.

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  15. what a gorgeous dress! I can't wait to see the matching boys look... you talented talented lady.


    Mae

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  16. I love this! Thank you for linking up to Thrifty Thursday last week! I am featuring you this week so I hope to see you again!


    -Lindsey

    appleofmamaseye.blogspot.com

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  17. This is GREAT--love the fabric choices!

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  18. She is such a cutie. And I love the dress. The style and the fabrics are so cute. I just came here from Sew Country Chic and am looking forward to see what else you have made.

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  19. This is darling RaeAnna and that fabric couldn't be more perfect!

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