Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Enough hair for Pigtails and a Twirl Skirt Made by Mom!

DSC_0418.JPGDSC_0364.JPGDSC_0362.JPGDSC_0361.JPGNew Twirl SkirtHot Pink Birds . . . The moment we have been waiting for . . . Hair long enough for PIGTAILS. So fun to actually be able to inject a little style into Ellie's locks and she is loving her, one, two, pigtails (imagine two little fingers struggling to raise themselves up)
Then a little more fun - the joys of a full skirt that twirls. We spent the day twirling, twirling and twirling! Now that I have the ruffler foot out of the box, I think we will have a closet full of twirling skirts! Actually the next will be a little less twirl, my friend Jamie has made some fantastic skirts for her little girl and she has been generous to share her methods . . . so that will be my next skirt! For this one the fabric is Tina Givens from here and the pattern was Pink Fig #4, The Girly Skirt. The ruffler foot made the gathering so simple!


LittleGemsbyKari said...

Yeah! She's so cute!

Jaime said...

Yay for piggy tails :) She is so totally adorable! I am in love with her hair!

The skirt is darling! I can't wait to see what you come up with next.

Thanks for writing about the nebulizer! I would be interested. The insurance won't cover much unfortunately. We have the regular inhaler with the little mask thing on the end for little kids and that set up was $50! The stupid mask plastic thing was $30, I couldn't believe it! Do Max and Ellie have asthma? This whole thing is stressing me out.

Itch2stitch.com said...

What a cutie! She looks very happy with the swirly skirt too! suzie. xxx

Becky said...

Supercute, what a big girl she is!!!!♥
Love the skirt!!!!

SassyBelle said...

She is beautiful & the outfit too cute...the best part is that she looks like she is having so much fun!!!

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