How many dresses does one baby girl need? Not sure, but I’m still sewing! Seeing baby Kate wear all these Mama-made dresses is just the best. Remember these two itty bitty ones? Hard to believe she was ever this tiny!
These dresses are an adapted version of the A Bit of Stitch Rosie’s Dress Pattern. Instead of using a zipper in the back, I added a button placket and used some of my favorite vintage buttons.
Who doesn’t love a classic gingham dress? I redrafted the dress pattern to fit one year old Kate and made a sweet little first birthday dress.
Of course, she needed a matching bow out of this fantastic Cotton and Steel fabric.
I have to give a little shout out to my favorite Athens photographer, Twin Hearts Photography. Lauren is seriously the best. She captures exactly what I imagine every single time. Baby Kate’s one year session was perfect!
So, how many more dresses could I possibly make for this little one year old? There’s a few more!
Don’t you just love those vintage buttons!
Kate turned 18 months in August, so obviously, she needed a new dress. Once again, I resized my Rosie’s Dress Pattern and made this one out of that Rosa Floral in Periwinkle from Cotton and Steel I mentioned earlier. It was just perfect for my little blue eyed Kate Wren.
Turns out, she can still wear her first birthday dress, so I had to take a few photos of her in it too. Love that sweet baby!