It's official. I have an all-time favourite Liberty.
This Liberty in the Tatum print has enough pink to satisfy Adelaide, and enough blue to keep me very happy. So a win-win, which is why I have another few metres of it in transit from the UK as I type.
This dress is a Townmouse pattern from the last few summers. (You can pick it up on sale in other fabrics here.)
This is my contribution to Adelaide's summer wardrobe so far.
Let's see, there's this linen sundress from a few ranges back. I kept the sample that my little muse wore in the photograph. There's yesterday's flutter top, a sundress with flutter sleeves from a few weeks back, a wrap skirt and coordinating t-shirt; and there's even a pair of Oliver + S Puppetshow Bloomers hiding at the back in a blue spotted fabric.
There they are.
I must say, it is so lovely to have reduced my workload this year. This is why I wanted to be able to free up some time - to enjoy sewing for my children before they are too grown up to appreciate what I make. Please excuse me if I overload you with frivolous Liberty creations. There's a lot of pent-up sewing in me that needs to come out. (There's also a sizeable Liberty stash that needs decreasing.)
I even made something for myself last night. That will have to wait for another post as I haven't hemmed it yet.