My sweet little niece is turning 2 next week, so of course I had to sew something for her.
First, a market skirt. I adore these skirts, and they're so easy to make. This one is seersucker with white drill for the waistband and hem. I got R to model it - she is three and a half years older than my niece so it's rather short on her, but it looks pretty cute all the same!
Second, this very sweet apron-style top from
Girls Style Book, in organic cotton from Spotlight. I really love this
fabric and am hoping I have enough left to make something else from it.
Lastly, a matching bucket-style bag, also from Girls Style Book. It has an inner section that can be closed by pulling the cords. I think it's a very sweet bag, even if I did make a stupid mistake putting it together. Can you see what it was?
The trees on the fabric are upside down. But I'm fairly sure my niece isn't going to complain.
Here is the apron top modelled by R. She was a bit confused about why I was asking her to wear M's clothes... but hey, they fit! I hope they won't be too enormous on little M...