Tuesday, 21 September 2010

Here's another one...

...just like the other one.

Modkid Maya dress - size 5

Heart interlock from Spotlight.
Watermelon pink super stretchy stuff with lycra blend (can you know I don't know my knit fabrics!!) GJ's Fabrics on a remnant table.
Cute kid by me and the man of the house!

20 comments:

Liam's Mummy said...

I like this one even better than the other one. Lovely remnants :)

Liesl said...

Karen, all my stashed stretchies are named either a bit stretchy or really stretchy. Isn't that what it says at the end of the bolt??

Another really cute Maya dress ... and kid of course!

thornberry said...

She and the dress are gorgeous! My girls are in their matching skirts today...

Cass said...

Awesome you are on a roll.

brissmith said...

Very nice! It looks comfy to wear. I know my Mum made me heaps of stretch dresses (but not as stylish) when I was little and they were great! Easy to wear, no ironing!! Susan

Beetlehouse Designs said...

I love this dress Karen. The colours are fantastic.

Belinda said...

I love both those dresses. I am still quite 'scared' of knits though..... I did pull out my overlocker to use for the 1st time in about 2 years yesterday, on a knit. And it worked! So I might be able to push myself to sew more knits this summer....

Little Munchkins said...

I love this one too! She looks really pleased with her new dress as well she should be. Gorgeous!

Miss Moo said...

I am loving these dresses and might have to buy the pattern.

Design it! said...

Love it!

cherri said...

Heya kylie

I have not been online much lately and so now am doing a big catch up on all my favourite blogs!

1. Happy belated 2nd b’day to your little girl. I love that she loves ducks. It is just so cute. The cake looked great.
2. I don’t sew many knits (only because I am still learning all about it), but I did buy a Coverlock machine and adore it. I have a great dress to make next week or so out of Ponte di Roma so we will see how that goes…Your T-shirts look great, it’s good when you find a nice fit and stick to it.
3. Those Maya dresses are great, I love the smaller sized one, I think it fits a lot better and the colours are so swet.
4. Hhmmm a sew along – I am all up for a knit one. What about a few singlet tops for summer? Kids or women's?

Hope you are all well – did you ever sort out the credit card fraud?

Cherri

Miss Amy said...

Love these colours they are beautiful together. :)

make it perfect said...

BEAUTIFUL girls!!!!
love those dresses too...Lil is standing next to me saying "I wanna wear that dress"
Looks like I've got another thing to add to my sewing list!

sophie said...

So super cute :-)

Natalie said...

Both the dresses and your girls are just adorable!

dearmolly said...

I've been absent for a bit and boy have you been busy!!

Loving what this Maya pattern can do for spotty fabrics! Will be looking up this pattern asap.

Lx

Beautiful said...

She looks absolutely beautiful, I wish my outifts I make for my little ones turned out like yours!

It's time to get the thread and needle and get sewing!

Thanks for Sharing!

Leah said...

Love the colours in this one!She is so you!

Pippi creates said...

Love the two dresses - that pattern looks gorgeous and I might just have to look it up. I do like a stretch dress (and no ironing!!) The watermelon colour is great too.

Claire (ethel loves fred) said...

I Love that pattern, must hunt that one down for sure, it's cute and modern at the same time, perfect for my almost 7 year old!