It’s another Janie Dress for the baby, let’s just get that out of the way first thing!! There are so many reasons we keep making this dress pattern…and one of the main ones is that she loves them so much!
For this Janie Dress, we made the short sleeve circle skirt version. We used some fabric leftover from a dress made for Annie earlier in the year, you can see it here.
Or you can see it here! Annie and Baby Tina LOVE to wear matching dresses! This gorgeous fabric is some Art Gallery Fabric knit fabric, so you know it’s super soft and very good quality.
For Annie’s dress we used the Camden Raglan pattern and made some changes (you can read the full details here) to make it into a dress. She adores this dress even though at first she wasn’t sure about the raw hems on the sleeves and hem. Let me assure you it’s getting very well worn!
For Baby Tina’s dress we used the Janie Dress pattern (duh!) like I mentioned earlier, and also made her a hoodie to go coordinate with it for extended Season wear. We were delighted to find out she fits into the very smallest size of the Hatteras Hoodie pattern.
Note to self: putting nuts in the pocket of Baby Tina’s hoodie before the photo shoot is over means she will have food in her mouth or be chewing in almost every single photo. But she really is enamored with the pockets of this hoodie and constantly finds things to put in them. She has a domino she’s dubbed her “phone” which she religiously carries around in one pocket!
The fabric of this Hatteras Hoodie is leftover from one of the hoodies I sewed for her brothers earlier in the year. You can see that post here. The hoodie is lined with more of the cherry blossom fabric, and a pink zipper makes this black hoodie perfectly girlie!
So from scraps, Baby Tina has a brand new, adorable, completely huggable outfit!
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