I think this gal may turn out to be quite the seamstress. Already she's showing a good deal of patience with a project (far beyond what I am capable of), and quite an aptitude for designing bits and bobs to sew. I love that. I wish I had that gift. But I'll settle for watching her, and seeing where the creative spirit takes her.
So, one kitty coming up. Designed, hand sewn, and accessorized, all by Miss Devin. (I did help sew on the beaded eyes, but the rest is a Devin original.)
She's so cool. I dig this girl of mine.
For the other birthday gift, I opted for the Lazy Days skirt, a free pattern available from oliver + s. It's a super simple, my kind of sewing, straight lines only, no way to mess it up, sort of pattern. And it turned out pretty cute.
The fabric is from the Oddesea line, by Moda. And I just so happen to have enough left over to make my gal a skirt too. Perhaps once she outgrows a few of the several I've already sewn for her. Just to keep it practical, you know.
And since we were on a roll here, and I hadn't messed anything up for a change, I got inspired to finish a project that's been sitting in the to-do basket for months. The Mister had a pair of pajama bottoms that were out of commission, and I love the beachy stripes, therefore couldn't get rid of them. So, new pj's for the boy!
With some sound technical advice from Mom, I managed a pretty easy remake. Not bad, not bad at all.
Great for lounging, on a sunny morning...
Or for doing that sweet kickboxing move you've been working on.
You know how it goes.
Have a lovely rest of the weekend.