Friday, May 30, 2008

Sew Crafty Friday: Romper

I've been 'finishing up' some projects which you've all seen already (like putting buttons on blouses) so I had to dig into my closet to find something to show today. This jumpsuit pattern is probably from the 80s--it has that style, anyway. I need to put elastic in the ankles and do a little finishing, then it will be done. I think it would fit a child of about 3 or 4 years of age. (I make things without anyone in mind...but there are always future grandchildren to consider. Maybe.)
Hey, here's another reason to love my new clothesline--it's a great place to hang things for photos!
Please visit Shereen's Blog, "Waiting for Him," and join in the fun--or just look!


The Happy Housewife said...

Did you change your header? I like it if you did!
That is a cute romper, I remember my 13 year old wearing those when she was little, brings back great memories!

Bridget said...

That looks sweet!!! Great job!! I also have to comment about the "clothesline photo shoot" topic because I just put a screw into my son's clubhouse to take pix outside of stuff! My Sew Crafty today has a pic of my oldest daughter's apron hanging from the clubhouse outer wall! I LOVE pix taken outside!!!! So natural!! :) Bridge

Amy said...

Thanks so much for your comment on my blog! You are right about the fleece - it is going on sale now, but I can't find "Cars" theme anymore! :-(

Very cute romper!

Susan Ramey Cleveland said...

The romper is so cute. Great job, Clare.

Amy said...

Thanks for the Cars pillow tip - I wish we had a Joann's HERE!

Fifi Flowers said...

Thanks for stopping by my site... I believe you posed a challenge to me or maybe a suggestion... paint Daisy Cottage's Miss Maggie... well... I will give it a try... check back with me... Have a great Sunday!

Joy said...

Oh how cute!!!!! I love it! Since I no longer have any little ones, I'm looking forward to having grandkids to sew for, lol!



Dianne said...

The romper is soo cute! I love it. I also like the material that you chose for it. Good job, Clare!