That fabric is too cute!!
Awww. : )
Very cute. What pattern?
Oh my gosh!! I can’t wait til I can make lil clothes like this for a sweet baby girl 🙂
i love love love!
Ooo, it’s my favorite fabric again! I love that pattern; would you care to share where you found it?
what? you guys don’t read every day?! 🙂
pattern info is here a few days ago…
I love love love the fabric!
Gorgeous fabric. Wish I had a little girl to make that for!
Ooh I love Nani Iro! I made a tunic top for Abby using that pattern too. It’s still too big though so maybe she’ll get two summers worth of it.
Aw, please stop with the cute peasant tops. The last one that I made my daughter no longer fits, I’ve been promising some new ones for ages, even got the material picked out… and I’ve been stuck doing boring sewing like hem alterations and buttons… Hmm, maybe I don’t need sleep tonight.
The fabric does look edible. Very cute.
So sweet 🙂
so beautiful! I love it 😉
Beautiful! It may be rainy outside, but you can’t tell by that picture – the shot feels warm and welcoming.
Oh my! That is so, so sweet! What a cheerful top!
Hillary, in the book…are there any instructions in English?
My breath was taken away when I opened the page and saw that photo. Kit needs a top like that.
the top is adorable!
Love the top!
thats lovely 😀
i really lke the print on the fabric.
whoever gets that top is a very lucky little girl 😀
Oh Please share the pattern and the fabric!
there’s a link to it up there in the comments. here it is again
I have that fabric! I am going to make a little sister/big sister apron set for my girls. Found it in a trendy quilt shop in Wisconsin, they had lots of 30’s type fabrics! Love the idea for a top!
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