The Amelia Top in Cold Spring Dreams

Amelia-Top-1Since I’ll be bringing Lydia to Quilt Market, it seemed only right she should have some  handmade clothes to wear while we’re there!  I had made clothes for RJR Fabrics using Cold Spring Dreams when Norah was small, and I had enough left to make another Amelia top for Lydia {find the pattern here}!

Amelia-Top-2I made this one in the top length, instead of adding the extra to make it a dress.  I did make the hem band a tiny bit longer because it the print was larger.  I love how quickly this pattern comes together!

Amelia-Top-3Though, capturing a picture of a 6-month-old that is meant to show off clothes proves to be a little more difficult!

Amelia-Top-4I really love her cute little smile {I think that goes without saying}, and those chubby arms too!

I’ve made her another new outfit too, just have a few finishing touches to put on it. Now, let’s hope I have some time to make myself something to wear too.  But, I think whatever this darling baby is wearing is going to get more notice than what I wear!

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Comments

  1. Cara says

    Girl she is so stinking cute! I love love love those cute little cheeks! I can’t wait to squeeze her this summer! And I love the top!

  2. says

    She is SO beautiful!!! Wowwy, what a sweetheart!

    I love the fabric you chose for her dress/top, too. I especially like the main body of the dress–that fabric is really, really pretty.

  3. Tamie says

    Lydia looks so sweet in her new outfit. You always do a lovely job with the girls’ clothing. I know you are going to have so much fun at Quilt Market. I will be there in my heart with you and your Mom. XOOXOX

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