So, I was at Always the other day, aka Wal Mart. My daughter thinks it is the Always store because they have that huge sign on the front of the building that says ALWAYS!!
Anyway, they have reduced their fabric departments down to about 6 different fat quarters. Blah, well, their fabric wasn't always the best quality, you could get some good deals on certain sewing needs.
So I got a few fat quarters. And started experimenting and came up with this cute little toddler dress. I just used one of my daughter's size 10 shirts. Cut off the arms and used the bodice as the dress pattern. Now, I am going to do the same thing for my big girl, and just use a whole yard instead. I am going to use the same technique to make her some tops like this. Won't be $1 but will still be cheap and super cool for summer!
Used some of the scraps to make this cute little square flower. Used ribbon from my stash for the straps.
And here is a picture of it being modeled. I had to chop my models head off in PS because it was my 2 year old SON! I did save a copy of the photo with his head in it. One day that picture will come in veryyy handy!
Bye for now!