Sew, I have been working the girly things for, well, the girls of course. I loved making this outfit for the baby of the family. and believe me, she enjoyed modeling it. I couldn't even get a decent photo because she wouldn't keep still. Just imagine her twirling and turning in it. I was beghasted. (My own word that you can find in Schey Butta's Book of Her Own African American Vernecular Language. It means: ecstatic, elated, and exuberant. I am making this one a few more times. As soon as find some more, very pretty, fabric. I may break down and buy some Tutti Frutti. I think.
Here the review from PR:
INFANTS' REVERSIBLE DRESSES, PANTIES AND HAT: Dresses A, B have elasticized front and back neckline, right shoulder strap and tie ends at left shoulder; dress B has hemline ruffle; panties A, B have elasticized waist and legs; panties A have elastic form self-ruffles; view A has purchased trim for dress and hat; view B has contrast ruffle at lower edge of dress and hat.
Combinations: (Small, Medium, Large)
Head Sizes: [Small (17"), Medium (171/2"), Large (181/4")]
I made size large in the dress and panties. No hat was mad because it would be waisted time. She'd never keep it on.
I used some very pretty cotton that I bought from WM...again, before they stopped selling fabrics here. I wish I had bought more of it.
Did it look like the pattern?
Alts or changes:
None. This bad baby is made right out the bag.
I like that it is reversible and VERY simple to make.
NO DISLIKES WHAT SO EVA!
If you have not made this for your tod, what are you waiting for!?
Here are the photos I did manage to get.
Until later, Schey.