sadie’s christmas dress

First off, I would like to apologize in advance for force-feeding you so many pictures of Sadie in her Christmas dress. But hey-my blog, my pics. Muwahaha. ha. Anyways!

Presenting: Sadie’s Christmas dress.

I love this shot. I call it the forlorn pose. Or, maybe the gonna-fall-down-cause-it’s-windy pose.

I just love the fabric. It’s by Momo for Moda-It’s a Hoot. It reminded me of Christmas trees, but in a fresh and modern way. And I’m thinking they can wear these for awhile after Christmas too.

I made the pattern for the dress myself too. woot!

Do you like our photo shoot site? Aka…stepped out the front door.

You can’t tell cause of the bow, but there’s some pleating at the square neckline. Love how that came out…though it’s covered. er..oh well!

Did I mention I made the pattern for this dress? Oh, I did? Ok, I’ll shut up about it.

I’m just giddy. and a dork. but hey, I’m ok with that.
I’ll post about Charlotte’s dress another day…I decided they need posts of their own. Yes, hers is that cute. ;) Also it doesn’t have a zipper yet.
  

p.s. sorry, no tutorial as of yet! Perhaps in the future!

Comments

  1. Very nice. I think she looks adorable. She always does, ofcourse, she’s got the cutest little face :-) But the dress looks very lovely on her!

  2. Very pretty! Love the bow! Love the pattern! can you post a tutorial on it? please!??

  3. You should totally be tooting your own horn! It is SO cute!!! Great work Mom!

  4. Very cute! I love that bow! Very fitting for a little girl!

  5. It’s adorable!
    I love the little red flower in her hair, too.

  6. Okay, this is AD-OR-ABLE!!! So cute that it needed emphasis! I love it! Maybe you can do a tutorial so I could make one for my baby girl?!? ;)

  7. You made the pattern for this! I demand that you share a tutorial. Er, uh, I mean … I’m asking nicely. :-)

  8. The dress is sooooo pretty! SHE is pretty!

  9. yeah, so I’m pretty much in love with this. What pattern did you use?
    (kidding)
    Nicely done!

  10. That’s gorgeous! Love the fabrics, love the design, love the bow, love the shots of the beautiful girl. Well done!

    I’d love a tutorial that works for a size six!

  11. I love this dress! Very pretty! And the fabric!!!! <3 SO pretty.
    http://unleashingcreativitywithin.blogspot.com/2010/12/baby-bunnys-christmas-dress.html
    That’s the one I did for my youngest. :)

  12. awesome little dress! you did a great job-now go get started on that tutorial ;)

  13. Jess, I’m totally in love. I’m just finishing my a Christmas dress for my youngest, I bought dresses for the other two. It’s not nearly as cute as this. I can’t wait to see Charlotte’s.

  14. This looks great! I love the fabric and the pattern!

  15. That dress is adorable! :) I like that it’s kinda like Christmas trees but not!!!

  16. It’s pretty fabulous. She looks adorable.

  17. Darling yes both the dress and Sadie;)

  18. It is so great. I’m impressed with your pattern making skills. That Sadie looks rather dashing in green.

  19. Beautiful, Jess! I love the fabric, too. That bow is so cute. Do I sense another sew-along coming???

  20. Adorable dress, adorable girl, you’re just so awesome! You should be so proud of yourself, not only making the pattern, but it coming out looking so fantastic.

  21. What grace… This mommy is very whimsical. kisses with affection. Adri (BRAZIL)

  22. Oh I love it! Love the shape and print. I want as many if not more pics of Charlotte.

  23. pretttttttttttttttttttttttty!!!

  24. LOVE IT. So stinking cute!

  25. How completely adorable!! Love it.

  26. Great dress! I love the bow and am crazy about the fabric-very modern and can definitely wear it after the holidays. Way to go! (and I love your funny comments) Ellen

  27. Her dress is adorable! I love the big bow!

  28. me thinks this dress deserves a sew a long!!!

  29. Totally adorable! And, I agree, it is definitely wearable after Christmas – it can be wonderful for St. Pat’s too.

  30. I love the dress and fabric! Way too cute for words. You are a dork, that is why I love ya! Silly Nerd

  31. It’s gorgeous!

  32. Oh MY GOSH! Those dresses are precious! You did an amazing job on them. I love that you used a non traditional Christmas green pattern in the material. It’s really unique and beautiful. I do have to say your models really do add to their beauty. Such sweet little ones!

    Happy Holidays
    Chris
    Artzee Chris’ Blog

  33. Heidi L says:

    I’ve been browsing through your archives and love this fabric. It reminds me of the curtain dresses from Sound of Music. I love it!

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