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Pretty Liberty dresses

Last night, in the middle of screenprinting butterflies for t-shirts, I was stopped in my tracks when a fabric I'd been pondering caught my eye.  I decided then and there to make Adelaide a dress for today.

Liberty girl's dress

She has been wearing this top a lot, so I wanted to make a dress version, which is cooler for hot days.

Liberty dress side view

Again I used food to keep her still enough to photograph.

Liberty dress shoulder detail

I do love a little flutter sleeve on little girls.

Liberty dress back view

I had thought about making the bodice with a higher neckline - just to provide a little more sun protection; but I do love the look of this pattern from the back, with the two little buttons in the centre.

Liberty dress front view

Shhh, don't tell Mummy, but I'd prefer to hang out in my PJs.

Comments

Jane

What a beautiful print. Oh how I wish I had a little tiny girl to dress in dresses again!

Teresa

Both sweet Adelaide and her lovely new dress are absolutely precious! Love the way you finished the edge of the sleeve...

Carolyn

You cant help but love a girl who dresses in Liberty and loves her food1

l'autruche bleue

très jolie cette petite robe

Rocío

That is such a timeless pattern, isn't it?? Lovely Liberty fabric Kristine. Adelaide looks very cute in it :)

corrie

oh so pretty! top and little one! she is growing up soooo much and look at all that hair:)

corrie:)

Sarah

Oh so cute !!!

Lynda

This print suits Adelaide so perfectly! Gorgeous pattern both as a top and a dress

Anne Marie

It is so sweet!

charlotte

this little dress and the baby are sooo sweet !!

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