My latest is the sailboat shirt. For Delilah (of course). It's a sweet simple top, with a topstitching detail at the yoke and hem, with buttons on the shoulders.
Delilah is sporting her comfy pink sweatpants. This top will definitely go better with some different pants or a skirt. But when I make something for her, I just want her to wear it, right away, NOW! So I pulled this over her head right away. Well, and I want to make a couple more of these for her for the Spring/Summer, and I had to make sure it fit before going off to cut up more fabric.
Ok - I have WAAAAAY too many pictures of her making this funny face.
This kid just loves to pull the funny face. I suppose we should stop laughing when she does it.
These action shot pics let me know she can move and play in the top -- success!
A girl's got to move and groove!
So I can now make some of these tops confident that Delilah can both look cute, AND be comfortable playing. Woohoo!
Although Delilah seems to like her new shirt, she didn't feel like her ensemble was complete. So she went indoors to accessorize.
The girl likes her jewelry! The fabric I used for this top is Frippery by Andover Fabrics.
And...in other Oliver & S news, Liesl, the talented designer behind Oliver and S, has designed some GROWNUP patterns! Sold under the brand "Lisette" for Simplicity. The O&S patterns have such tremendous instructions, and are SUCH a pleasure to sew with. That I could have patterns for myself with the same quality of design and instruction is just thrilling!
If you have any interest in women's clothing patterns with terrific instructions, these are for you. And I say that without even seeing them yet -- that's how confident I am after working with Oliver and S patterns.
Later this week I will post my tutorial for my quadruple stitched baby taggy blanket. So please stop back by!