Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Miss TinkerBelle

Here's the costume I made for my friend, Jerri's granddaugher, Princess I. Isn't she absolutely the cutest?!
Jerri's wrists have been in braces for a couple months, she has "Mother's Wrist". So she came to me a few weeks ago and asked if I would like to make Tinkerbelle. Of course, I said yes.
Even after all the petals, which felt like I was making dozens and dozens, I'm so happy I helped Jerri out, cuz Princess I made one darn cute Tinkerbelle!
Yes, we are at Hancock's and everyone who saw Princess thought she was the cutest Tinkerbelle.
In a few days, when I get a little more done with the pattern I'm testing, I will share with you what it looks like. It's coming along nicely.
I've also got to get started on the mystery sampler that Adorable Heirlooms has got going on. First I need some fabric. And no I don't have the right print. I want a print, but something that is a pastel and a very subtle pattern.
Till next time, happy smocking everyone!

1 comment:

Debbie B said...

I made two of that same dress - one for a cousin's daughter in pink and with alll of those petals and tulle overskirts. After 16 hours of work I finally finished it and declared "Never again"
Then our grandgirl saw it and saiid "I want a green one Mamaw!" So a green and purple one without petals or tulle was finished the next day or two.