Sunday, August 29, 2010

Girl Jammies

Still blogging from the iPhone. Siiiiiggggghhhhhh. GCI should be up this week to dig ditches and get things connected.

Just finished two sets of girl jammies. I made them short sleeved because I didn't have enough fabric for long sleeves and I think the girls like short sleeves. Both have embroidery and both have bows. You can't have one twin with a bow and the other without! Good Gawd! This is the fourth time I've used this great pattern. Kristine sent it to me originally and it's definitely a keeper! I used my triple coverstitch on the wrong side so it sort of looks like a top cover (I think that what it's called) stitch. I used that for the neckline, sleeves, and ruffle hem. This is Butterick 4910.

This embroidery is from UrbanThreads.com. Love it!

Here's my faux-top cover stitch.


This is Hawaii fabric.


This is a freebie from EmbroiderThis.com. They have some cute free designs.

7 comments:

Shelley said...

Looks good! What's the pattern you used?

Pammie said...

Beautiful!! Can't wait to see more:)

Victoria said...

So cute!!! I know the girls just loved them:)

Stitchinscience said...

Lovely. Is the wirework dress form applique your own design? It adds a great, quirky touch.

Kristine said...

Oh, good! I'm so glad that pattern is working for you, but I'm not surprised, it's my daughter's favorite, too!!!

meredithp said...

Definitely cute, and I love the way you used the dress form. I just love Urban Threads designs, and you use them so creatively.

Ann's Fashion Studio said...

Very very cute jammies :)