I bought the fabric for these on Saturday, cut them out on Sunday night, and sewed them up on Monday.
Both are from my Japanese craft book. I think they turned out cute, but I wish I would have added a bit of length to the top part of Jane’s. It doesn’t really matter, though. She refuses to wear it. And she picked the fabric and the pattern. I swear I am about to give up sewing for her – every single thing that I have made this spring sits on a hanger and is never worn. I am talking about this outfit, this skirt, this top and the new one, too. She tries them on once, wears it for awhile and never puts it on again. I feel I need to repeat: I let her choose the fabrics and I show her the patterns. I always get an enthusiastic response. What’s a mom to do?
Kate’s an entirely different story. She loves it all.
At least I have one kid to sew for! Good thing that my girls wear the same size. Kate can wear Jane’s clothes. That is, if Jane will let her. I am taking advice…help!