The Apron Dress

This dress turned out so lovely. I just love this fabric.

It's been a busy summer, so I'm somewhat impressed I finished this dress.

Does that sound like I'm tooting my own horn? LOL  :/ 

 Proper buttonholes and ties so they can be adjusted for the wearer. 
 This garment is a toddler size three, approximately.

If you are interested in purchasing, email me. 
(Contact information at the top of the blog.)

My models don't like to "work" at modeling.

They prefer to dig in the dirt for worms.
I think that's pretty cool
I have future scientists on my hands. 


  1. That is so cute. My grandmother and mom made us dresses when were were little, now that I sew again, waiting for a grandchild;)


    1. It is so satisfying (sp?) to make something wearable, in my opinion. :) And one can't go wrong on making clothes for little kids. ♥

  2. Hi Natalie,
    Your dress is beautiful. I sew, I know how much something like this takes. I all of the details. The lining fabric in the top looks so cute. She is going to look so cute in this. I just saw your post on G+.
    have a great day.
    Adorned From Above

    1. THANKS Debi, a kindred who sews....yes, I really appreciate your comment. It does take a lot of time, thanks so much for stopping by. :) x

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    1. You should do one for your Blythe doll :) heeheeee

  4. It is so adorable....wish you were here to do Craft Fairs with me....I would get you to make everything and I could do the money!!! ha,ha,ha,ha

    1. Me too. Only I think you would be better at sewing clothes than me. (!!!) I wish we had kept my star shirt from age 8. I still think about that thing.

  5. Eek! This is so, so cute! Love it!


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