I cut it out and sewed most of it last night, until the sleeves stopped me in my tracks. I've never put sleeves on in my life. Luckily, my mom who is an experienced seamstress (who does offer lessons!), is only a mile and a phone call away. I went over there during Sadie's morning nap and she showed me a VERY easy way to put in sleeves. The pattern is carazay with how they wanted me to put in the sleeves. After that, it was hem hem hem and sew a button on the back. I want to make 3 or 4 or 30 of these! (maybe not 30) I've had this combo of fabrics sitting around waiting to be used for ages. Isn't it sweet?
Kim and I also went to a Las Madres garage sale and we both scored! I got three pairs of shoes, an (almost new) crib bumper, four shirts, two pairs of shorts, and a dress for $18! Sah-weet. I will post pictures once they are out of the dryer...they're adorable!
Update: They are dry.
Here is the new bumper (in VERY good shape, no stains or rips at all...this was all of $5.
Her new (to her) clothes. All Osh Kosh, Gap, or Children's Place, all for not much at all!
Her new (to her) big girl shoes. They're all larger sizes, but oh so cute and in pretty good shape! The sparkly silver ones are my faves!! They were all together about $4.50.