Was on again last night. First up I made a good start on the twirly dress for Miss M. At this stage it is cut out, the bodice front, back and shoulder seams sewn together and the two tiers are gathered but none are yet joined up as I need my model to try it on.
After having a few play days with my checker board squares it was decided to go ahead a make a few more - at this stage 4 - so back to the cutting board with this one. Fortunately I many scraps to choose from and plenty of black and white fabrics left.
I was feeling very productive this morning and whilst hubs and I were eating our porridge a batch of savoury muffins was baking away in the oven. Of course we did the taste test with a cup of coffee to finish off our breakfast.
They are yummy was the verdict.
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Love the dress. It is good having lots of fabrics on hand to choose from when doing patchwork. I usually end up having to buy one or 2 more lol.
Looking forward to seeing Miss M model her beautiful twirly dress. sew cute.
Have fun cutting cutting cutting........
Muffins look great.
Your wee dress is so sweet. Love savoury muffins....yummo!
Adorable little dress :)
Such an adorable little dress, love your fabric choice.
Very cute little dress. I made a few 'twirly' skirts for my grandaughters from quilting fabric.
Such an adorable little dress, great choice in fabric.
What a cute little dress - how old is Miss M?? I bet she will love it.
Love the fabrics for both the dress and the checkerboard.
Hi Karen Miss M must be the best dressed child around,i love the clothes that you make for her,she must feel like a princess,yummy muffins,well done my friend xx
Sweet sewing, porridge and muffins. Sounds like a perfect Saturday.
I love the dress - I bet it will be really twirly when Miss M tries it. Those muffins look very yum x
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