Episode Two: "Design a baby look that you yourself would wear!"
Episode Three: "Sew a two-piece inspired by your bedding!"
This baby was made c/o the same pattern as the above get-up, except this sucka needed some pockets. (Bloomers and interfacing made with the left-overs from the first design.)
little CU on the deets: nautical buttons = finishing touch!
Episode Four: "Create a dress inspired by 1950's Seaside chic"
Striped A-line with vintage inspired pocket.
I cut this pocket out of this great 50's era fabric I fell in love with. (I'm planning on making a two-piece jumper set with the rest of it.)
Each of these outfits cost aprox $10.00 to make (including buttons which are more expensive than the fabrics if you can believe) which means I'm saving big-bucks on my kooky baby-clothes shopping habit. Plus, it's way more fun to say "I made this!" even if my seams are funky and shits a little lopsided and my mom totally helped me.
Plus, it's satisfying my need to nest on days when it's too hot to cook and scrub toilets.