Monday, June 14, 2010

Summer Sewing

It is that time of the year...I get the urge to do some summer sewing.
I make a lot of Lily's clothing, and just a few things for the boys.

So, I have been perusing through catalogs for ideas.
It is one of my favorite past times to stir up creativity:).

Do you know about Olive Juice ?
My sister brought over a catalog a couple of years ago and I have since admired their darling vintage line of clothing for children.

I usually am just a catalog browser.
They have wonderful ideas.

Just look at this..

Makes me wish I had a tiny one:).


These are precious.

You should pay them a visit if you like simple vintage style. 

I also found some darling patterns for free.

Multiple fabric version

Oliver and S {one of my favorites} has this ruffled halter dress pattern for free here.
Isn't it the sweetest?

And this dress..oh, I have to make it.

The Popover Dress makes my heart go pitter- patter.

The Lazy Days Skirt ...soooo perfect.

I have this pattern and just love it. 
You can purchase it here.

I am planning on making the little shirt with some beautiful Shabby Chic sheets I found at a yard sale.
They are a wonderful cotton and have a petite pink rose pattern. 
We love pink:).

These shorts are to die for.

Can you tell I am just slightly smitten with Burda patterns?

Kwik Sew #3768

This swing top is too easy to make.

I'm having a hard time choosing which project to start on first. Hmmm...

Need more inspiration?

Check out these places for more ideas...

Ottobre Design browse through the magazine

Ottobre Design the website with free patterns

A sweet peasant blouse at Indietutes.

Sew Sensible... her patterns are delicious.

Hannah Kate  has a beautiful line of nostalgic clothing with cute little boy things, too.

Pears and Bears...her line is dreamy.

Garnet Hill has cute colorful design.

Blessed Be the Name clothing is so sweet.

Eden's Bouquet are just going to faint when you see her clothing.

Happy sewing!


1 comment:

Wendy said...

What precious clothes. Thanks for the link to the free Oliver & S pattern.

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