Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Ruffle pants and Turtle shirt

I made an outfit for my great-niece and great- nephew. For Emma I made ruffle pants. I then cut out a flower shape of each out of the materials I used for the pants and made a flower for the top. I also added ric-rac to the neck.













For Gabe I made some cordoroy pants. I then cut the turtle out of the cordoroy and then used a piece of yellow cordoroy fabric to make the shell.



8 comments:

Eyster Family Four said...

How cute!! I love the fabric you used ;)

Tami said...

Cute! Cute! Cute! Do you make your own patterns for this stuff or do you have a pattern you use? If you are willing to share. Did you find the bails for the scrabble tiles?

Anonymous said...

Those are just too cute. I know the children will look darling wearing them. You have a great talent with a sewing machine. Roxie

Tammy of Yarborough House said...

Too cute..

tammy

Funky Junk Interiors said...

So so darling! And meaningful that mom made them too! Love the coordinating factor you can accomplish this way. Looks like someone needs an Etsy page soon. :)

Thanks for linking up to SNS!

FJ Donna

Dianna said...

Very cute! If only I could sew!!

Kim said...

I love ruffled pants for little girls! I've made them double ruffled, too.

Enchanted Rose Studio said...

Too adorable! Both the outfits look beautifully made! How talented you are! Love them!

Cheers!
Tina