My Daughter and Son-in- law took their sweet little girls to the our hometown carnival, so you know what their Mimi had to do? Yep, I had to make them carnival dresses, can’t go to a carnival unless you are wearing a carnival dress. I absolutely love the way they turned out, my daughter said even the carnival workers thought they were cute.
My sweet little Velly is looking chic in her outfit, the pattern was from Simplicity 9784 and I had gotten the fabric from Warm Biscuits (they have the cutest retro material and other fun vintage finds).I had been waiting for this fabric to go on sale and finally that great day came, I should have ordered more fabric just in case they want a dress in a few years.
This is her apron that I had embroidered, turned out very sweet and girly.
Gianna’s dress was made from Simplicity 1793, very easy peasy pattern to make unless you don’t care about working with zippers.
Those 2 girls just melt my heart, I am so lucky to be their Mimi and to call them my Littles. Here is Gianna’s apron, it is the little embellishments that set the whole dress off, I also must confess that I have a penchant for aprons and making little girls look like little girls. As I look at this picture I can see the “baby chubbiness” is melting away and her little arms don’t look like chubby caterpillars anymore. So sad! I hope mine starts melting soon, heehee.
My beautiful daughter with her own beautiful daughters. I must admit, hubby and I are very bias when it comes to the girls in our life.
Time to say goodbye and hope you enjoyed this post and it will inspire you to sew your own sweet carnival dress for that special little in your life.