As you might already have found out by now, I am quite a party girl, rushing from one big occasion to the other and I feel it is my duty to dress accordingly, ideally with something new and especially made for the particular situation.
So, let me just start with two dresses for girls. For both I have used the same and obviously very versatile pattern Traegerkleid by klimperklein.
pattern: Traegerkleid by klimperkleid, fabric: jersey by Lillestoff, design Katzenliebe by susalabim.
It might not be obvious for everyone, but this is actually the perfect dress for a baptism. Just in case you were wondering. The young lady has quite rightly informed me that while this might be acceptable for a baptism it would certainly not do for the wedding we are planning to go to next week. And that in fact she didn’t have anything to wear to a wedding. Which is true. So the wedding dress is currently in the making, but I can obviously only show you the pictures after the event. We certainly don’t want to spoil the excitement of those wondering what she will be wearing on the big day.
But back to the baptism dress.
Once again, I went for yellow as a contrasting colour. Darkish blue might have looked nice, too but it wasn’t up to me. For the binding on arm and neck, pink was the only option, I think.
I really like the cap sleeves. And the piping. I really should use piping more often, it gives the whole thing a little kick.
I repeated the strong pink piping line in an attempt of a bold hem stitch which my machine did not want to do as neatly as I had it in mind.
I have used the same pattern to make a dress for my niece. Mainly because I was so disappointed in the one I had made for her birthday. (It seems I hadn’t even taken a picture of it). She will start school in about 10 days, so I used this occasion as an excuse to make her another dress. I haven’t delivered it yet, so pssst.
pattern: Traegerkleid by klimperklein, fabric: jersey bought at Michas Stoffecke (design Birgit Boley)
So, this is a more autumn-y version of the same pattern, with long sleeves and hood.
I meant to show you my breastfeeding friendly baptism dress too but it is getting late. I’ll show you tomorrow. And my breastfeeding friendly wedding dress, too. Promised.