Although his age is showing a bit… We had to go to the vet and see if arthritis is coming up since he gets really stiff and slow after a longer period of inactivity. Solution – keep him active and moving! (Not a bad one for us humans too, right?)
I look at them, I pet them, I arrange them in different groups and ideas just keep coming…
Or together, with some brilliant sunshine in the middle? 🙂
Or how about this array on gray?
How cute is this Baby Sadie’s Sweet peasant dress (by Create Kids Couture – so many fabulous, well written patterns!) in Katarina’s gorgeous #Recollection fabric? Other prints in the collection kinda get much more attention, but I love this one so much!! (it is RCL-706 Remembrose Doilies Light ). Isn’t it just perfect for little girl’s dress?? And yes, perfect colors of my favorite 50wt Aurifil are there to make it all just right. 🙂 I did deviate from the pattern a bit – I cut the dress part on a bias, to get it to be more flouncy.
By the way, that little doily will somehow find its way into a sash or a headband… It just HAS TO, right?
Both dresses now need some fun embellishments, like daisy buttons, few different sash options, maybe a cute head band or two…? Don’t you think?? 🙂
Oh the other day I spotted this cute little basket in the store and just knew it has to come home with me and be filled with something Easter Bunny-cute for my little bunny…
So little more search in the store produced some cute Easter kitchen dish towels and….VOILA!
Mammy and baby matching, quick aprons, with a message from grandma!
These are super easy and quick to make! Not my invention and there is plenty of tutorials out there for them, here is ONE with famous Jenny from Missouri Quilt Company. I make these all the time!
I can’t wait to see these on my little sweetie and her wonderful mommy!
You might noticed that this “snapshot” does not include any messy-ness from my sewing room – hey, who needs to see that? Besides – messy is a constant state in there, so I am sure there will be plenty of opportunity in the future… ha ha!
Wishing you a wonderful last weekend of March,