Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Fourth of July Dress

Every year, I make Lily a new Fourth of July dress and buy the boys matching shirts.
This year, she is lucky enough to have two to choose from.

There is something about the Fourth that is just delightful and festive.
I think it is one of my favorite days of the year! 

The dress is made from McCalls Easy pattern #M5370.
Is is REALLY easy to make:).
You only need VERY basic sewing skills.

I changed things up just a bit and added rick rack stripes to both dresses.
The top was a little loose, so we added a fun button closure to the back.

She looks so patriotic and ready for a day of hot dogs and fire crackers.

Have a wonderful Fourth of July!


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Lunsford Family said...

Your daughter has your legs and feet! It makes me think back when we were kids. Can't wait to meet her again.

Jan said...

They are both adorable! Great fix with the botton for a better fit...very nice touch!

Larri said...

Love them both, especially the gingham! Thanks for sharing. Happy Sewing! :o)

Robin {keephomesimple} said...

Those are adorable dresses!!! And I love your header too!

Unknown said...

You so must LOVE blue and white checks. Isn't the one dress the same fabric as the skirt you just made for yourself?
How cute.
I love it!


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