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December 28, 2008



i cant wait to see more. love the fabric/color combos!


So cute! The tie and vest! Oh! Oh! Oh!


Oh how I wish I were accomplished enough a seamstress to be able to modify patterns. As it is, I can barely follow exactly what I have in front of me :-) That's why I don't usually make clothes. Just stuff I can make up a pattern for. LOL

These bits and pieces are adorable. Such a modern take on the traditional Christmas outfits!


That is adorable a nd I love your blog! Happy sewing!

Rae*Danae Designs


I love the matching tie!


Oh the pics look adorable! I can't wait to see the kids in their outfits. Makes me want to learn to sew ;)


I bet they are adorable all dressed up!


Oh! I can tell they are just adorable! I can't wait to see them!

I like using non-Christmasy prints for Christmas stuff. I saw some red and white damask yesterday that I'm contemplating for stockings for next year.


The Peonies in red is my favorite HB fabric! I can't wait to see this!


Do you have a pattern or tutorial for the tie? Can't wait to see the full reveal. The dress looks gorgeous.

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