Monday, January 17, 2011

Baby Clothes Galore.

I have been making baby clothes as promised, I just haven't been sharing anything.  As today is my due date I'm going to inundate you with everything I have made thus far but have yet to share.  Which means all but one dress.  So I'll try to make this quick and painless with lots of pretty pictures and very little to read!

Sleep Sack
This pattern is Pomme from Citronille, a French company with very classic, beautiful designs.  The patterns only come in French so it takes a little bit of translation to work them out.  It really helps if you have sewing experience so you don't have to rely entirely on the instructions.  This little sleep sack is so soft and snuggly, I can't wait to use it.  It is made from Little Folks voile that is interfaced and lined with flannel.

Romper Front
This is another Citronille pattern, Coline.  Little Folks voile on top and shot cotton on the bottom.  I love this pattern, it's so sweet!

Here is the back. 

Corderoy Romper
And I liked it so much I made another, this one from corduroy wale.

Kimono Shirt
This is a free pattern that you can get from  You have to email her to get the pattern but it's a great, easy little shirt to make.  I lengthened the sleeves on this one.

Baby Dress

School Photo dress from Oliver + S.  Very cute.  I love the little stand up collar.  Harv picked out the fabric for this one.

Itty Bitty Baby Dress
This is the Itty Bitty Baby dress, a free pattern from Made By Rae.  I altered it a little by getting rid of the tie straps and then added buttons to the back.

Baby Kimono Shoes
These are the baby kimono shoes from ithinksew.  These and the next shoes are so cute and so simple to make.  I also bought the women's kimono shoes pattern.  They are equally simple to make and cute to wear.

Baby Sneakers
Also from ithinksew, baby sneakers.  I originally made these for a friend who was having a boy (he due after my baby and came last Sunday, yipes!) but then decided I wanted to make him an entire little outfit and didn't have enough fabric to match these shoes so I started from scratch.  I didn't get a picture of that outfit before I gave it away but maybe someday I can share a photo of the baby wearing it!
And hopefully I'll have photos of my baby soon!


  1. Oh, Liz! Every stitch of these clothes and shoes are SO darling. Your little girl is so blessed to have a mama who will sew for her. :)
    I love them all!
    And i can't wait to see pictures of your sweet little doll soon. :)

  2. I love the little blue dress! I can't wait to have kids so my big sister can make clothes for me! Love you!

    PS I finally made an account so I can post and you will know I do read your blog

  3. Busy Momma!
    These clothes are beautiful.

  4. Oh Liz! They are all sooooo cute! I just love them. Can't wait to see the little one in them!

  5. That baby better come soon or you'll have more clothes than she can wear!! ;-)

  6. Anonymous2:47 PM

    Love the new little wardrobe, isn't the voile divine? Just beautiful, as is your little girl, congrats!

  7. Great post, Those Infant Clothing are awesome. I highly appreciated your post.

  8. It's a wide collection of babies wear also shoes here...... thanks for so much information..........!