Tuesday, June 14, 2011

She's back!!!


Look who came to help me quilt again?   NOT


Afterwards we had a little fashion show. I saw a blog the other day, Searching Out Simple and she showed some darling little skirts to make. (Her June 6th posting).  So I made a couple for Ms. E.  The tops I just purchased from Wally's world for $2.50 and added some embellishments.  The skirts took 1/4 yard for the body. The rest was in my leftover fabric box.

This shot was when she first woke up.



We then ventured outside.


Here she is getting into this whole modeling thing.


She even wanted to get Bentley in on the action.


That is until he wanted to taste it. She was out of there then.

You know, clothes sewing was my first love, long before quilting. I might just have to get back into it.

11 comments:

Zoey said...

How lucky Miss E is to have a Grandma who loves to sew. That black/pink skirt is so adorable.

Barb said...

She is adorable as well as the clothes you made for her....

Lori said...

Don't you just love little helpers? That pink and black set is stinkin cute!

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katie said...

Elizabeth is going to be a quilter yet. Her little skirts are so cute.

katie said...

Elizabeth is going to be a quilter yet. Her little skirts are so cute.

Pix at Under the Oaks said...

"She's Back!!!".....She's cute! I think, no I know, she loves it at Grandma's house!

Polka said...

my first time here and I love your blog :) I enjoy reading it and love the pictures :)

best
polka

Carla said...

A good time appears to have been had by all. Lizzie looks adorable in her tailor made clothes!

Deanna said...

Awww Miss E looks adorable. People just don't take the time to sew clothing these days. I used to make all of mine and Tessa's clothes. By the time Greg and Julie came along, I finally admitted defeat. Now material is so expensive that it hardly pays to sew.

Rebecca said...

I just love the skirts you made! I haven't seen a market skirt with anything but white trim, love the difference! Your granddaughter is adorable!