Now I’ve actually made a dent in the polka dotted jersey. 🙂
The leggings came from my MIL, but we had a too-big hand-me-down T-shirt that matches quite well, so I incorporated that into the dress for more mix & matchy-ness. The T-shirt had two sparkly dogs on it which became patches for a sweatshirt so I’m feeling very recycle-y too. Katja wore the pants with skirt to school today and three friends “ordered” matching skirts. I actually have enough fabric, so I’ll have to decide if I want to make more over-the-pants skirts (the parents have no idea that the girls have asked for these) or if I want to make a long sleeved shirt for Katja.
I added this too — because I could:
It’s not Fresh Cut , Chocolate Lollipop, or Joel Dewberry, but I think the pieces turned out pretty darned cute anyways, and Katja commented on how “moveable” the clothes are (if you can’t do cartwheels in an outfit, it’s pretty much useless as far as she’s concerned).