Seven Things I’m Sewing for Spring/Summe
You remember my little word, right? The one I’m trying to live by this year. Part of that is to not let my craftiness by sidelined. That means, doing that housework RIGHT now, so my free time is truly free.
One thing I love doing is sewing. I haven’t done much over the past year and a half. I have a closet full of fabric and two sewing machines. I tried making sewing a priority for a week last fall, but that happened on a week where it wasn’t going to be possible. Since then, I’ve sewn a few things, but not as much as I’d like so I’ve started dreaming about spring and summer sewing and that I’d share some things I’m going to be making.
LittleBit would wear a skirt every single day. Those look amazingly quick to whip up and won’t take a ton of matieral so Littlebit can have a skirt for every single day of the week
What makes pillow case dresses so great is that you can wear them over shirts and leggings when the weather is cold, but in the summer time they can be worn on their own. I think Baby Bee’s entire summer wardrobe could be pillowcase dresses.
This desgin was popular with the Princess when she was younger and has become popular with Littlebit. Easy summer dressing. You can buy pre-smoked material, of course (and making those pre-smocked sundresses are GREAT beginner’s projects) but for more fabric and length options, you’ll want to make your own.
These will look great over shorts and capris as the weather warms up. Maybe the Princess would even like them too! (My sewing for the Princess seems to now be limited to pajamas)
Littlebit loooooooooves headbands and the Princess does too.
Skirts with shorts are must haves if you have really active girlie girls at your house.
This one isn’t free, but it’s beautiful so it’s worth it.