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111  CLOTHING / Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects / Simple "Fantasia" Fabric Baby Top on: July 21, 2007 07:07:32 PM
it's the same pattern as the day of the dead dress, without the bottom tier that makes it a dress. i can't make the matching pantaloons i wanted because i'm out of the Fantasia fabric, and it's discontinued... so sad.

112  CLOTHING / Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects / Fluffy Green Ruffle Diaper Butt! on: July 21, 2007 09:43:50 AM
I saw this fabric and HAD to see it on my baby's bum. I still have to throw it in the dryer to close the seams so they're waterproof, so I can't put it on her yet.
 the fleece inner fabric doesn't match in any way, it's just what i had on hand. all i cared about was what i'd see when she's wearing it!
 the ruffle fabric is like a knit fishnet with the ruffles sewn to it, supposedly dry clean only, definitely not diaper making material. but if it frays or comes apart it's the other parts of the diaper, the waterproof layer and the fleece that actually matter, so it'll still function regardless. i just HAD to make it...

front of diaper-

back of diaper-
113  CLOTHING / Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects / Amma's Sugar Skulls Mei Tai and matching Minky Blankey! (measurements added) on: July 20, 2007 03:52:23 PM
I made these for my daughter a few weeks ago. I bought 6 yards of this glittery day of the dead fabric, (yea for alexander henry!) and i wanted to make her things she wouldn't outgrow...

the mei tai-

the padded fold down top of the mei tai (to hold her sleepy little head)-

amma in her mei tai, rolled up for sleeping, she just woke up (it can be rolled down to shorten it at the waist so her arms are free, then it pretty much works like a chair holding her butt)-

sleeping in her matching minky blankey-
114  CLOTHING / Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects / Baby Dress, Day of The Dead/Sugar Skulls fabric on: July 20, 2007 02:55:26 PM
i haven't been on here very long, and this is the 1st time i've posted anything...
  i made this dress for my 5 month old daughter...and a matching hat and diaper. the hat needed the pink day of the dead fabric where the underside of the brim is white, i don't know why i didn't realize that it would show so much when i made it. and i still haven't bothered with the button on the back, i want to find something i haven't found yet i guess.
 i made it for her to wear in the children's parade at this year's national rainbow gathering, but none of those pictures really show the dress very well...anyways, here's my daughter and her dress!
 (and it's hard to take a picture of an infant in a dress, they can't stand and pose! and my camera takes horrible indoor photos  Cry)

the dress-

the hat and diaper-

amma in her dress, in her car seat, but in most other pics it's riding up so far you can't see the dress anyway-

amma and her grandfather the first time she wore it-
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