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Saturday, 28 June 2014

I've spent a lot of this week making clothes for etsy, for my grandchildren and for my new great nephew.  I do enjoy making small clothes :)

But I really need to get back to my quilts, my Liberty quilt needs handquilting and my eldest son has asked for a  new quilt and so I plan on getting it done by his birthday at the end of August...that's the plan!
                         

                         

The twins love to wear skirts but can be fussy with their fabric choice. The right hand skirt below is made of vintage Laura Ashley fabric, it looks red in the photo but is actually deep pink. My daughter reminded me that I made her a skirt with wide elastic at the waist from the same fabric (I've had it years) and would I make the same for the girls. I only had enough for one skirt and so used a Liberty fabric for the other one. I had some denim and made the bottom two skirts from that...let's see if they are happy with them ;)



My daughter in SA still has baby Lilhe living with them...they are really hoping to adopt him. She asked if I would make some trousers for him, I lined these with some lovely soft vintage winsiette that I had in my stash. The weather is chilly over there at the moment. I also knitted hi. His little jacket and hat and can't wait to see him wearing them all :)







4 comments:

Needled Mom said...

You have been really busy with some fun results. Children's clothing is always such fun sewing. The children will enjoy all of the goodies.

Amy at love made my home said...

You have been very busy making! They are all lovely things. The skirts with the wide elastic waists are a great idea for little ones as they are so easy to put on and very comfortable for them to wear when they are running around! xx

Just a little something from Judy said...

I feel honored to have such a gifted friend as you are! I especially like the wide elastic skirts and so would my granddaughters.

GratefulPrayerThankfulHeart said...

So, so much talent, Lindsey! Such lovely work!