Fall Fashions

I modified the petal top pattern from Emma Hardy’s book entitled making children’s clothes to make a fun little top and dress.  Both of the fabrics are imported from Japan and I let my daughter choose the trimmings and embellishments herself.

With ducks, deer, and pink bunny rabbits picnicking – what’s not for a three year old to love?  She was also thrilled with the pom-pom trimming.

I think this material speaks for itself. It sort of makes me want to chase rainbows with pandas holding balloons and other happy creatures. I intended for this dress to be long-sleeved, but I ran out of material (whoopsy daisy).  I’m still not sure if this dress is done yet.  I may add elastic and a ruffle around the sleeves. I’m just glad that she likes these two pieces so much!



  1. omg… i love these! that black top is super cool with those pom-poms!! having fun looking at all your creations!


  1. […] pattern from her book Little Girls Big Style.  I love the simple look of dress-tunics on Lucia and began sewing them for her a few years ago.  I decided to add our signature Pom-Pom trim because Pom-Poms make make […]

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