I’ve been working on some new items for the Etsy shop!
Be sure to enter the giveaway at Growing Home for a chance to win $20 in credit towards the items there!!
Today was an overcast day for the most part, perfect for photos! So I took out some of my handmade items and did a few shots….. Barely finished and then it poured down raining!
These are my split skirts/culottes, made from a Mennonite based pattern, and one made from a Marie Madeline pattern. Most of these are already in my shop (redoing pics to update listings), and a few have yet to be added in, but will be in the coming day or so.
I didn’t have a model to fit the sizes (2/3 and 14 girls), so the outside line became my friend.
While outside enjoying the nice air, Shadow had a photogenic moment. 🙂
Not a bad day!
Modest attire is so hard to find these days. Our world loves showing flesh, leaving little to nothing to the imagination….
Here at Sunny Patch, I make clothing that goes against the world!
Miss Jess here is wearing a size 10 blouse and skirt. The blouse is made of parchment palencia, the skirt in pink palencia. These are light weight and perfect for spring/summer.
I’ve started making these pieces in sizes 10 and higher especially, as it’s getting harder and harder to find modest dress for those sizes. I can’t find much of anything on the rack that is appropriate for Miss Jess, and what I do find usually has stretch knits and clings, so I have to buy 2 to 4 sizes larger in order for it not to cling to her.
I believe a little girl should look like a little girl, with sweet dress and a feminine look. Whether it be skirts, split skirts (culottes), blouses, etc, a little girl can dress modestly and be active!
If you’d like clothing like this for your little girl, click on the pictures to go to our listings on Ebay for ordering. We’d love to work with you!
The sewing machine is smoking here at Sunny Patch! I’ve been having a blast sewing up some sweet skirts and culottes for the Etsy shop! I wish I had a model for all the different sizes, but alas, a hanger and clips, or a toddler mannequin will have to work. I hope as the seasons change I can take the new arrivals out to different locales and shoot photos in parks and wooded areas. 🙂
I had a great time sewing the stripwork skirt made from butterflies, polka dots, and blender calico! This little skirt is sewn with French seams, and hemmed with bias and eyelet for a definite femine touch. What girly girl wouldn’t love this?!?
I absolutely LOVE this bright yellow blenders calico! I wish I could have found more of it! It is absolutely wonderful for a bright and cheery pair of culottes, perfect for spring and summer months! This is in a girls’ size 6, ready to ship!
This yellow with white polka dots pair of culottes is perfect for spring! It’s girls’ size 6, and ready to ship. These culottes are based at size 6, but are easily fitting for up to an 8/9. They definitely have room for growing girls! Pair this with a pretty white blouse for church or T-shirt for play!
This little girls’ skirt has a waist measurement of 25 to 36 inches, so can fit a wide range of sizes! There’s room to grow and has lots of pastel colors for spring. Wear this for your Easter egg hunt!
There’s lots more to see at Sunny Patch Cottage on Etsy!
I’ve finally tried making pillowcase dresses! I really like how this one came together!
This is made from the design by Little Lizard King. It’s easy to make, and looks adorable on little girls!
This particular dress is up for sale in our Etsy shop. Simply click the picture to go there!
I’ve been a busy little girl, and am happy to show off my latest creations! They range from toddler dresses to headbands!
Ok, I thought I’d do a little selfish promotion here…. I’ve been sewing and making the Singer smoke! 🙂
I enjoy making items for baby and toddlers–even tho my children are a bit older now, I like seeing the pieces come together, lined and stitched, to make adorable little items. I wish I’d have known how to sew better back then!
Follow any of the links and they’ll take you to our Etsy shop! There’s lots more there, and making more as often as I can (I sew at night after all is done for the day).
I hope you enjoy these pieces as much as I’ve enjoyed making them!