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Green Fleece jacket

I have been making Aanya's clothing slowly but surely. I love dressing her up in mama-made clothing. I even bought the clothing tags that say 'mama made' :D It makes me so happy to see her wearing handmade things. Slowly I've been working on improving my initially pathetic sewing skills. Yesterday I made her this fully lined fleece jacket.Every new item becomes my current favorite and this is no exception. Here is the jacket pending the buttons


Fabric lining is Michael Miller Oriental Kids print.  Love!

Tonight I started making a matching dress. It will be a simple sleeveless dress in the same print, lined with white cotton. I can't wait for her to wear this ensemble.

I'm SO excited to be blogging again! It's great to have a place to put my thoughts in writing rather than just pictures here or there. I have a whole 1.5 yrs worth of pictures to share!! So stay tuned!

Comments

Anonymous said…
Oh wow, that's beautiful! I love the lining fabric. I bet she looks super cute in that jacket!
Fiona said…
Gorgeous! It looks very intricate and beautifully made - your skill is very impressive :)
Christine said…
That is an absolutely fabulous jacket! Can't wait to see the matching dress.
TonyaNC said…
That is so cute! Aanya is going to be the best dressed baby around.
emma robert said…
Such a lovely cute jacket! its really looking awesome to wear high quality lined fleece jacket in variety of colors and styles!

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