Have you ever tried dying fabric? Well, I've tried a few things. You know, tea and berries, but I never thought of trying avacado pits. I bet you're thinking it will make the fabric tan or green but ....
So I used that for my ballerina doll along with some (left over) yarn, (leftover) cotton legs, (leftover from Kara's wedding) tulle and she's lovely♡
Went for a beautiful snowy hike today with my handsome guy!
Once home I was able to finish a summer dress for my little sweetie. After seeing some adorably trimmed dresses on Pinterest I knew exactly what I wanted to make out of this denim shirt I found at my favorite thrift store. I know they look almost the same but I had to remove the top from the skirt, resize and then gather and sew the skirt back on. It took me longer than I thought it would but still....super cute:)
Hope you had a chance to spend some time outside today too!
Happy Valentine's Day! Since I'll be spending tomorrow with my sweet granddaughter, I wanted to make her some late winter clothes. I've had this organic cotton butterfly fabric for a while and decided to mix it with a skirt and leggings both made from t shirts. The pattern is a super easy Simplicity 1023.
Next I wanted to use this gigantic "I ☘beer " t shirt to make her a St. Patrick's day shirt that was a little more appropriate for a a two year old;) Can't wait to try them on her tomorrow!
Project Baby Boy continues....
Found some great Michigan T Shirts at my favorite thrift store in Ann Arbor to refashion for baby boy. I think they're about 6-9 mos. size which should be perfect for my much anticipated grandson due in April❤️.