small style :: when sweet small style grows up

8 thoughts on “small style :: when sweet small style grows up”

  1. I made a simple A-line dress in the same fabric for my five year old. She's long grown out the dress (age 7 now) and I am keeping it to use the fabric. It's amazing. I can't see it not made into something else. I've done the same with other Heather Ross fabrics. Now it's to the point I'm scared to make anything from what is left of my stash.

  2. Gorgeous graduation dress! The photo of your 2 together is beautiful…I adore their hair 🙂 My big girls (8 1/2 and 7) both have their own (very different) opinions on style! love working with them to find clothes they <3! Tatum xx

  3. She is gorgeous!I am going through a similar thing with my 7 year old. As much as I miss the days of dressing her, I am learning to enjoy sitting back and watching her develop her own style.Sometimes I cringe and sometimes I hide a giggle, but I know that 'big' girl is loving every minute of it.

  4. Oh, she is beautiful and so are her clothes! So special to have outfits hand made by her mama! Thanks so much for participating! I love having you. Eight is definitely still small style! 🙂

  5. there is a kwik-sew pattern for shorts that I made for my girls to wear under skirts. it is two pieces and goes together in about 20 minutes. I can look up the pattern number if you're interested or you can take a tracing of her size.

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