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July 29, 2008

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Shula

I know exactly what you mean.

What I don't understand is how you manage to decipher those Japanese patterns.

di

Mmmm I had trouble deciding which bits I liked best too :) Sounds like a fabulous outfit.

cherrie

You have such beautiful style. Cherrie

Mama Urchin

That print is just darling.

jac

I would wear that top myself. Is that wrong?
I promise I wouldn't steal it straight off the child, though. Well, not while anyone was watching, anyway.

Lin

What a lovely top. The japanese craft books are fabulous aren't they, I have some but haven't taken the plunge to make anything from them yet!

hanna

gorgeous!

sue

How beautiful a smock is that. I love the chocolate fabric too with the animals, just adorable and I can totally imagine it with all the extras you mentioned too. Your daughter must be the most stylish little girl in your town.

Hoppo Bumpo

Another beautiful garment. The fabric is delightful. Your small one's wardrobe is amazing!

jen

Fabulous,
can we see her in the complete outfit....she can break all our hearts.....it all sounds devine..

stinkerbell

one day I will figure out a way to have an outfit by Al... Pia will still kick me hands down, but at least then Ill have a fighting chance :)

Rachael Rabbit

How funny - I knit when I need to do something mindless and sew when I need to be more challenged. I love the smock top - super pretty!

Nancy

I love the top and the fabric you chose for it.
I've been wanting to try out some pieces from girly style wardrobe yet have not found the patience and time for it just yet.
my concern is resizing them for a 6 month old. perhaps i should wait until she is a little older

kburklin

beautiful! Inspiring to give those Japanese books a whirl..

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