that is precious!
THESE ARE PRECIOUS!! I need a little girl!btw, I just realized tonight that I've been following you on twitter for a while now but had never followed your blog!? I couldn't believe it, so I'm now your newest follower!Angel
absolutely adorable. great use of all those linens you have scored!
Too cute, Cheryl! The pink polka dot fabric is perfect against the blue floral. And that scallop detail on the sleeves... *sigh*. Lucky baby.
so cute, the little detail on the sleeve is precious, love the fabrics together. :)
those are wonderful!
Those are adorable. I love the fabrics you picked. And the decorative stitches are cute too. Welcome little baby!
I just wish I was that clever-- they are gorgeous. What a lucky little girl to have such a presentKindest Regards Linda
Loving these, where did you get the pattern for them? They're gona look gorgeous!
Absolutely Adorable! Did you make the bias tape yourself? THat is something I've yet to try. Great JOb :-)
You rule the school, lady! Why don't you pop on over here and give me a beginner's sewing lesson? I'm dying to learn!
Cuter than cute!
That is super cute! Where did you get the pattern?
Very cute! Great job!
You are just incredible - and never cease to amaze me. Impressive!! :) Thank you for sharing and inspiring so many of us.
So adorable...love all of your stuff!
these jammies are absolutely adoreable. did you do the pretty satin look stitching on the leg or was that part of the vintage sheet? Either way it's just too sweet.
ooh gorgeous! I love how you sneaked some polka dot in there too. Makes them extra special x
Ohhh those are the sweetest thing Cheryl!! xoxJen
gorgeous! i recognize that pattern, i made the same thing (just the kimono top) as an art smock for one of my kids. i love the fabrics you used and the pretty stitch detail.
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