Made for Kids Month Part 3

So I haven’t had the chat with souricette 1 yet.  I…  just forgot.  I knew exactly when I was going to talk to her about the clothing industry and I forgot.

Day 12: The Oliver + S dress that I made for the PRP fabric design theme.  She loves it.  I love it.  It gets worn…

Day 13: Flag day at school. Souricette 1 was looking for something red, white, and blue despite wanting to dress up as a canadian flag…  The skirt is from the PRP upcycling challenge.


Day 14: I did say that dress gets worn…

Day 15: We missed that day.  Souricette 1 chose a “new” dress (a hand me down) and souricette 2 was dressed by someone else. I would have guided her toward one of her numerous handmade dresses but the person (seriously, I don’t know who dressed her that morning!) didn’t know I was going for handmades…

Day 16: I suggested it and souricette 2 jumped on it.  She loves her Matinée dress.

Day 17: Crappy nightgown.  Well, the nightgown itself isn’t crappy but I trimmed it with beaded lace so I had the hardest time sewing it on.  Eh, one of my first forays into knits and both girls have liked it and worn it a lot.

Day 18: I told her it was hot out but she wanted this T-shirt and no other.  See how much better I’ve gotten with the knits?

Sewing update: Souricette 1 has selected the fabric for her dress.  I do believe I’ll get one kid’s item done before the end of the month!

Creative mommy at home to two wonderful little girls, trying to juggle family, sewing, exercise, family, knitting, photography, and did I mention family?

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