another. shirt.

I made this little peasant top from a clearance shower curtain found at Target. ($5 thank you very much) The main part was used to make a spring-y tablecloth (thanks to my friend Cassy for that idea!)…and this was made from the leftover material, which I think made a pretty darn cute shirt! Just goes to show that you can find fabric almost anywhere.

Duvet covers, pillowcases…rugs…ok, maybe not rugs.

All it needed was a quick felt flower clip to match, and Sadie was in business.

The business of being cute.

Which is not very hard for her! I am biased though. 😉

P.S. I used this tutorial for the shirt. I’ve used it for MANY shirts/dresses, etc…it’s soo easy to make, as soon as you make the pattern. It’s not that hard, I promise! Go try it!


  1. So.stinkin’.cute. I love that fabric!

  2. LOVE that shirt!! And I would love to know how to make it too…

  3. Very cute colors for the cutie patootie! And such a great find!

  4. So pretty! :)

  5. Oh my word, I freakin’ love it! Sadie is so adoreable!! Any little girl whose name ends in “adie” is bound to be cute!! (sadie-kadie! heehee)

  6. Yes I am just full of good ideas! haha! Maybe not full, but every now and then…Love the shirt and the clippie! As per Easter clothes…I actually didn’t get them dressed up because it was cold and rainy most of the day in San Jose, so next week I’ll be all over it! haha!

  7. So cute!

  8. Love it! It’s nice to have a great stand-by pattern, huh? I seem to gravitate back to this pattern myself!

  9. Super cute!

  10. CUTE!!! I feel better now- I walk through other sections looking for fabrics, too!

  11. Awww, she’s so cute! Love the shirt!

  12. LOVE IT!!!!

  13. I would love to know how to make it too…

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