A beautiful adaptation of the Adelaide Sundress and a tutorial to do it yourself
An Adelaide Sundress in Portugal

An upcoming pattern for little ones

I stayed up way too late last night happily engrossed in some embroidery.  It's been a long time since I've done any hand stitching. 

Bib detail 1

Fortunately my stitching didn't look too bad in the bright light of day.

Bib detail 3

I'm putting together a little pattern for what I like to call a "smock bib".

Smock bib

It's essentially a bib with sleeves.  I don't know about you, but I found my babies' sleeves always got covered in their food and their tops were often left with stained cuffs.  The Smock Bib is the answer to that dilemma. Ingenious no?

Smock bib detail

Just pop baby's arms into the sleeves and tie the bib at the back of the neck.

These are also a really fun project to use up small scraps of fabric with.  And as I have, you can have a lot of fun personalising and embellishing them.

Bib detail 2

This pattern will come in two sizes: 6 to 12 months, and 12 to 24 months.  Let's face it, by the time they're two, children shouldn't be getting food all over their sleeves so those sizes should see you through.

For those of you who make to sell at craft markets, this will be a pretty pattern with which to create some cute wares for you to sell don't you think?

Comments

Di Ross

Hi These smocks are great . I used them for my grandsons. Learning to eat gets very messy. I used to think it would be so uncomfortable to have soggy sleeves. Great pattern. Love your work. Cheers

Louise

Hi!
Is this pattern already available somewhere ?

I love your work! Thank you!
Louise (France)

Townmouse - Kristine


Hi Louise,

Yes it is. Here is the link, or click on my “online shop” button in the right sidebar.

Kind regards

Kristine

https://www.etsy.com/listing/253545481/olivia-and-oscar-smock-bib-pdf-pattern

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