Saturday, May 30, 2020

A Runaway Bunny & a Snowman For Taylor: Reversible Children's Corner 'Lucy'

Taylor: Soft & Sweet & Quick

 Like a Bunny!

Here I am again with another cute little dress made over a year ago!  
The blog may not have been active but I sure have been! 

This sweet little dress was made for darling Taylor, the daughter of my friend and school team-mate Kristin.  She was just a year old when she wore the bunny side of this dress.  It is a well designed lined jumper dress that makes adorable reversible dresses!  The appliques on this dress were hand cut and machine blanket stitched.  The bunny eye was hand embroidered.

Pattern:  'Lucy' by Children's Corner Patterns, size 1  
Peasant Blouse Pattern:  Australian Smocking & Embroidery Magazine
Fabric:  by Sarah Jane for Michael Miller Fabric, white batiste,
 and white satin batiste for bunny from my stash
Applique:  vintage quilt pattern
Notions:  whip-stitch piping, vintage pink shell buttons, 
 French Lace and rick rack:  my stash

The reverse side of the jumper has a snowman from a clip art collection I purchased ages ago with button eyes and hand cross stitched mouth.  The fabrics on this side were all in my stash and I have no idea where I got them.  The only thing I know is that I made my 25 year old son a Christmas vest using the blue fabric more than 20 years ago!
Oops! Buttoned the wrong way!
I think this reversible 'Lucy' came out almost as cute as the little one for whom I made it!

Thank you for visiting!  Blessings from me to you for joy!

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