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Topic: Baby shirt (tutorial from Prudent Baby)  (Read 1833 times)
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« on: February 27, 2011 05:23:38 PM »

I made the lovely Zgirl a "Prudent baby party dress", although it ended up being more of a long shirt, due to a wiggly girl who won't hold still so Mama can measure her! The tutorial can be found- http://www.prudentbaby.com/2010/02/pretty-party-dress-with-free.html -here at the awesome blog that is Prudent Mama (if you've never seen it before, take your time and poke around-there are lots of great articles, tutorials, etc.)

I love the pattern and how it is pretty customizable-sleeve length, cuff or no cuff, hem or self fabric binding at the bottom, length of skirt, etc. The main issue I have is with how dang hard it is to get on! Having just one button (actually, I used a snap) doesn't allow enough room. This was kind of a tester anyway, to see how well it fit. She says it's a 9-12 month pattern and it fits Zgirl pretty well, with not a lot of room to grow (she's 19 or 20 lbs, fyi) I'm going to add 1/2" around the pattern when I make it again so that she can wear it for a while. I also plan to either have the back completely split and snap shut, or do it halfway, instead of just at the top like the tutorial says.

Her tutorial calls for a "scant" seam allowance, and I wasn't sure how much that was so I opted for 3/8". I didn't have any coordinating fabrics so I made it all of one type, with no cuffs. It took around 2 hours, I think. I'm in and out, tending to kids and husband, so it's hard to tell sometimes. All in all, I think it's adorable, and I plan to make more!

If you're interested in seeing more pics, they're at my blog here- http://zeveryday.blogspot.com/2011/02/sparkly-shirt-from-prudent-baby.html
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« Reply #1 on: February 27, 2011 08:20:22 PM »

SUPER cute! and thanks for the link! I will be having my baby girl in may and will of course be crafting a bah-zillion things for her! Wink
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