Tuesday, January 10, 2012

{Made} Infant Peasant Dress

One of my best friends just had a beautiful baby girl the day after Christmas. Because this is her second girl and she already has all the basic necessities, she decided to wait until the baby was born to have a shower. That is in a couple weeks, but I was wanting to make a little something to give to her now

Abby from Sew Much Ado shared this FREE Infant Peasant Dress Pattern and Tutorial and I just HAD to make it! The fabric I used is Riley Blake Sugar & Spice by The Quilted Fish.

 The pattern is awesome and the tutorial is so easy to follow and has great step by step photos. The pattern is the same for the front and back, so I added a little ribbon tag to what I decided was the "back".
I did this because there is one side that has more of the red flowers and I wanted that to be the front.

 Here is the dress on that sweet baby girl! I added a pair of newborn pants to keep her little legs warm.
In the summer this dress would be perfect with some bloomers.

*Sigh*I am so in love with her:)

Sewing for girls is so much fun!
It's probably a good thing that I am having another boy;)


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11 comments:

Jenna said...

What an adorable dress! I love it! You're so talented. Will you make me one if I have a girl next? ;)

Amy at Ameroonie Designs said...

The dress is darling, Amy! What a great gift. :)
xoxo,
Amy

Andi @ Jane of all crafts said...

CUTE!!! Seriously why aren't we neighbors?? I need you to help me learn to sew clothes!! And newborns are so precious!!

ClaraBelle said...

So cute! Thanks so much for sharing the tutorial!
ClaraBelle

Lorene (just Lu) said...

So cute, Amy! I love the fabric. My little girl is starting to get into the larger sizes that we didn't get so many of at her baby shower, and this looks like the perfect thing to fill up her wardrobe again :)

Steph @ Crafting in the Rain said...

Oh my gosh, so cute! And the outfit too :)

Stone Cottage Adventures said...

What a beautiful baby girl! 'Love the fabric you chose for the dress! -Marci

Melissa said...

Cute and dress and even cuter bubby :)

Chris said...

Hi Amy, the dress for your friend's baby is so adorable. What a good little seamstress you are. Thanks so much for sharing. I have recently found your blog and am now following you, and will visit often. Please stop by my blog and perhaps you would like to follow me also. Have a wonderful day. Hugs, Chris
http://chelencarter-retiredandlovingit.blogspot.com/

Gwen @ Gwenny Penny said...

This is adorable, Amy!!! I LOVE the fabric... perfect choice. Great idea adding the ribbon tag to the back, too. Great job!

roberto cavalli baby clothes said...

Very very pretty dress. Baby look very beautiful in this dress. Thanx for sharing this post.

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