I showed you these dresses yesterday, they were part of the package that I sent to our friend the Kings. They have seven children, two of them are our godchildren and since I knew I was going to be making at least one dress and one tie shirt I figured "since it's early enough (it was october when I started) I might as well make something for all the kids" and I am actually surprised at myself that I got them done and mailed BEFORE December even started! yay me! Y'all better write down that I was early once on your calendar because it may never happen again. Anyway, I made those three dresses, then I also made dresses for my girls and one for my niece Kiley. Then when I realized that I never gave Emily her birthday present I figured I'd make her a matching skirt (she's 13). I also made these same dresses for my other nieces but just got them in the mail to them yesterday! So, in total I made 8 dresses and one skirt with this same fabric (oh and one doll, which I'll show you tomorrow). I think you can tell how much you like a certain fabric if you work with it over and over and don't get sick of it. I really like this fabric but I'm ready to move on! I got some really cute fabric for a new dress for Hannah that I'll show you tomorrow!
Here's grandma and her girls!We tried to throw Hannah and Kiley into this huge basket for a photo, we knew it wouldn't really work but thought we'd give it a try!! Can't wait to use that basket for some newborn shoots! Here are all the cousins in their matching outfits! All the boys wore their shirts to church...it was so cute! Silly faces! Emily was such a trooper, I had to go buy elastic while in Indy and I purchased the wrong kind so her skirt had to be pinned! Pretty cute kids hey?! Tomorrow I will show you the dolls I made for Hannah and Kiley!