Say Grr Sewing recently had her third child, a beautiful baby girl nicknamed 'Beckers'. Charity has amazed me with the how much sewing she accomplishes with two very little girls and now she has another little angel! I believe God blesses young mothers with extra energy!
Charity's recent 'flip' for the Flip this Pattern Series at Frances Suzanne was truly creative, innovative, and beautiful and yet very wearable. She made the dress look like a morning glory flower complete with a hand embroidered butterfly on the petal collar. Stunning! Check it out HERE.
Charity is always so kind when she comments on my posts and I feel like I have gotten to know her a little through her blog. I wanted to do a little something for the new baby so I made a smocked bonnet. The fabric is Imperial Batiste with Cluny lace. I smocked it with an adaptation of 'Genny' by Ellen McCarn. I used the first five rows of Design I but I 'did my own thing' with the embroidery in the center of the cable rows. I love to smock but I love to embroider even more!
If you want to see how very sweet a smocked bonnet looks on a beautiful baby girl, check out Charity's post HERE.
Have a lovely evening! Blessings, Karen